As secondary survivors, rescue workers, emergency and medical workers, counselors, relief work volunteers, chaplains, and the friends and family of the victims may also be affected by the trauma. In the event of a fire, parents may only have a few seconds to figure out who their family members and pets are and get them out of harm's way. In spite of the fact that it might be too risky, they hurry to get their wallets and handbags, their insurance documents, and their family picture albums. Once the family is outside, they have to deal with more issues, like finding emergency shelter, food, water, money, enough clothes, and long-term housing. These are just some of the things they have to deal with.