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I want you to ask yourself this question: Do you know what to do if a car comes speeding at you. With only seconds to act and even less time to think what is the first thing, you would look for or do?
We are seeing a rise in this ramming’s and there are some very real steps you can take in surviving a terrorist-style car attack.
Let’s look at three methods, in particular, that can help you to deal with this type of situation.
Many people have decided to avoid groups altogether. Many have not. It seems a bit like letting the monsters win if you decide to limit your life to avoid their attacks. Instead, you need to have group awareness.
Most important is your positioning within the group. Where are you?
You want to remain at the fringes of the group because you can escape the mob quickly and you will also have the best line of sight for what could be coming. Define your position in a group.
As you walk pay close attention to the types of thing that you could put between your family and a speeding vehicle. Alleys, other cars, poles, low walls and things like this are going to stop or slow a car significantly.
Always look to higher ground. Can you hop a fence? Can you climb a wall? How can you get higher than the threat so that you dont take immediate impact? Keep these things in mind as you travel. You must remain vigilant. It’s crucial.
During the London Bridge attack, the terrorists not only rammed people but then got out of the cars with machetes and knives. In a moment like that, you are going to need a weapon that you can use to protect yourself.
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