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Technical Rescue: Mass Casualty Incident: Spanish Train Derailment, Part 2

10/10/2013
By George Potter Picking up from where we left off in Part 1's timeline... 21:24.56—112 alerts local psychologists of the possibility of requiring their assistance in case one or another of the operating organizations requests said assistance. 21:26.11—112 transfers a call from the local head of the state police to the emergency medical entity (EME) in which the police inquire as to the response of a mobile hospital. (No mobile hospital was ever deployed to this incident.) 21:27.55—AXEGA informs 112 that the mobile command post is being mobilized. 21:30.40—The state police requests that 112 inform the EME of the number of injured along the tracks that have not received any medical attent...

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