Terrorists Are Using Cars To Kill – Here’s Strategies To Survive Such Attacks

It isn’t 1980’s Sci-Fi anymore. Now we have people sick enough to intentionally drive cars over people.

In response to a sharp uptick in maniacs driving cars through crowds, a survival tip sheet was put together.

Maybe that sharp uptick had something to do with propaganda like this (2010) h/t OffGridWeb:

The ‘Ultimate Mowing Machine’. Disgusting.

How twisted does a soul have to be to go there? About as twisted as those who say ‘challenge accepted’.

Which leads us to survival tips.

Planning
Pre-event reconnaissance
On-site situational awareness
Communications

A sampling of the tips they give includes:

– Staying away from peak crowd gatherings (with the greatest likelihood of attack).

– Know where security checkpoints are.

– Be aware of long stretches a vehicle can use to build speed.

– Know Escape routes — and avoid choke points.

– Pay attention to physical barriers like posts.

– Have a First Aid Kit

Read their full list here.

We didn’t see any reference to ‘shoot the bastard’ in the description. That seems like an oversight.

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