In Pictures: Sale of bomb shelters in US spikes amid North Korean nuclear threat
Rising tensions between the United States and North Korea have got some Americans preparing for the worst. Bomb-shelter manufacturers, like Atlas Survival Shelters in Montebello, California, have reported a jump in sales of its anti-nuclear shelters, some of which can cost over $100,000 (S$137,000). Armed with facilities like escape tunnels, decontamination rooms, generators and water tanks, these underground structures are meant to be inhabitable for six months to a year.
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