Vehicle Extrication and Rescue: Thirteen Injured in Atlantic City (NJ) Crash

10/07/2013
A crash involving a passenger bus, SUV, and car last Friday injured 13 people, three critically, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The southbound bus was stopped unloading a passenger in a wheelchair when the crash occurred when a Dodge Intrepid traveling collided with a Ford Excursion, according to a report from The Press of Atlantic City (http://bit.ly/1gkkxaD). Atlantic City Fire Department personnel extricated three people from the Intrepid, who were hospitalized in critical condition. For more on this incident, go to http://bit.ly/1gkkxaD. For training responding to large-scale incidents, consider this training simulation, Fire Engineering Simulation: Bus Accident Mass Casualty Inciden...

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