What If? Colorado is a state-wide, six-month campaign from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. It helps Coloradoans consider how well they are prepared for sudden emergency situations.
Friday, the contestant competed in two challenges.
The first challenge involved the contestants, split into two teams, racing back and forth collecting all the necessities needed in an emergency preparedness kit.
The second challenge, the contestants were without electricity and water for the night. They also were involved in a mock evacuation of the house.
Stayed tuned to 11 News at Ten for the latest from the competition in Denver.
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