Vehicle Extrication: Pennsylvania Bus Crash Kills One, Injures Dozens

10/09/2013
One person was killed and dozens were injured when a Greyhound bus crashed in central Pennsylvania today. The incident happened south of Williamsport around 1:30 a.m., according to a CNN report (http://bit.ly/GNlA63). Five hospitals reported receiving a total of more than 40 patients from the accident. At least four of them were listed in critical condition. The bus was traveling from New York to Ohio. The nature and cause of the incident weren't immediately known. Read more at http://bit.ly/GNlA63. For more training on response to mass-casualty incidents such as bus crashes, consider Rapidly Managing Multiple Fire and EMS Priorities, MULTIPLE CASUALTY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT, PART 1 and ...

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