Communities that may experience airborne toxic plumes can help residents prepare to react immediately until danger has passed. “Expedient sheltering” requires reducing airflow into a safe room by employing readily available supplies. But disabled and other people with access or functional needs can have difficulty handling the normally recommended materials.  Vulnerable people and researchers collaborated with healthcare professional support in this successful project to find easier-to-apply alternates.

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