Two-thirds of Americans have bought supplies to survive a natural or political disaster, a survey released last week shows. Gary Lynch, the general manager of Rising S Company, a small rural factory south of Dallas where bomb shelters are made, said that in 2017 orders of bomb shelters were up 700 percent.
Two-thirds of Americans have bought supplies to survive a natural or political disaster, a survey released last week shows. Gary Lynch, the general manager of Rising S Company, a small rural factory south of Dallas where bomb shelters are made, said that in 2017 orders of bomb shelters were up 700 percent. Joyce Marshall jlmarshall@star-telegram.com
Two-thirds of Americans have bought supplies to survive a natural or political disaster, a survey released last week shows. Gary Lynch, the general manager of Rising S Company, a small rural factory south of Dallas where bomb shelters are made, said that in 2017 orders of bomb shelters were up 700 percent. Joyce Marshall jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

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