etroit — More than 1,000 volunteers are expected to participate in a mock nuclear explosion Thursday in a test of hospital disaster readiness in the Metro Detroit area. Under "Operation Shared Burden," a mock 10-kiloton nuclear device will be detonated somewhere in the Metro area in one of the first comprehensive emergency preparedness exercises ever performed in the United States, according to the Region 2 South Healthcare Coalition, which is coordinating the event. The full-scale exercise will take place between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at various locations in the Metro area. At least 1,000 "victims" will be rushed to a number of Metro-area hospitals, including the Detroit Medical Center, Henry Ford Health System, St. John Health System, St. Joseph Mercy Health System and Oakwood Health Systems. From The Detroit News: www.detroitnews.com...
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... The Constitution is being repealed in this country. Ground zero for the repeal is
the Detroit area, or we should start calling it....
Originally posted by mysterioustranger
I am a ERT Team member at Region 2 South Bio-Defense Network of Wayne County Mi.
We are always training...for any and everything. When we are done? We start over.
Bio-defense, Mass Casualtiy, Fires, Search and Rescue, Medical Triage, Animals in Disasters, Rediness, First Aid, Cpr, AED, and Radiological, Nuclear, Nad Bio hazards, Weapons of Mass Destruction and casualties.
We train and certify constantly....then we start all over.
Last week we had an excercise on how to set up Helicopter Landing zones.
Originally posted by Corruptedstructure
Doesn't Detroit already basically look like a nuclear disaster area?
History proves that it's usually not good when they are running drills similar to this..