It's disaster week and Texas A&M wants you to be prepared
Texas A&M is hosting disaster week where each day they're discussing different ways you can be prepared.
Starting this year, Disaster Day was expanded to Disaster Week. Each day you can participate in different emergency training sessions. Tuesday you can participate in a stop the bleed training and opioid overdose response training.
The events will continue through the week and a full schedule can be found
. All events are free to the public.