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Hospital and EMS test their response skills

Wrangell’s EMS team and hospital staff attended to 30 volunteer patients during Monday’s mass casualty drill. The volunteers were assigned fake injuries and scattered about Petroglyph Beach to simulate a boating accident. KSTK’s Anne Hillman checked it out.

EMS personnel attend to volunteers during the mass casualty drill on Petroglyph Beach. Hillman/KSTK


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