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New update today (Dec. 30, 2008) from CDC's "Mass Casualty Event Preparedness and Response" web page:

http://emergency.cdc.gov/masscasualties/

I love some of the advice here in the event of a terrorist bombing or other mass casualty event ...

"Get away from the area"

"Call 9-1-1"

If you go to the hospital emergency room ... expect "long waits".

Gives you confidence in our civil and government authorities, doesn't it?

More proof that we must prepare ourselves and our families and help our neighbors. After Katrina, etc. IMHO we just cannot rely of our government - at any level - to take care of our short-term or long-term needs in the event of a disaster.

Must-read ... the CDC's "Medical Record Abstraction Form for Domestic Bombing Events":

http://emergency.cdc.gov/masscasualties/bombingform.asp
 

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Seriously, dude... you posted this thread 5 times? Hopefully it was just a glitch with your web browser or something.

I think that article is simply being realistic. I'd rather authorities say up front, "we're not going to be helpful in this situation" rather than lying to me by saying "everything's gonna be okaaay..."
 

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Seriously, dude... you posted this thread 5 times? Hopefully it was just a glitch with your web browser or something.

I think that article is simply being realistic. I'd rather authorities say up front, "we're not going to be helpful in this situation" rather than lying to me by saying "everything's gonna be okaaay..."
I know, I logged on and thought WTF?:eek: I thought something serious was goin down. LOL
 

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... Actually, given the lack of common sense and basic intelligence I've seen among some people- I kinda think that CDC info is probably right on the money as far as what people are able to understand LOL


New update today (Dec. 30, 2008) from CDC's "Mass Casualty Event Preparedness and Response" web page:

http://emergency.cdc.gov/masscasualties/

I love some of the advice here in the event of a terrorist bombing or other mass casualty event ...

"Get away from the area"

"Call 9-1-1"

If you go to the hospital emergency room ... expect "long waits".

Gives you confidence in our civil and government authorities, doesn't it?

More proof that we must prepare ourselves and our families and help our neighbors. After Katrina, etc. IMHO we just cannot rely of our government - at any level - to take care of our short-term or long-term needs in the event of a disaster.

Must-read ... the CDC's "Medical Record Abstraction Form for Domestic Bombing Events":

http://emergency.cdc.gov/masscasualties/bombingform.asp
 

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I didn't realize it had been posted five times.

There was apparently a problem with this web site tonight. You would click on threads and would see a server error message. It was during this period that I posted this new thread. I did click multiple times because each time I clicked "post", nothing happened. Now I know that the threads posted even though I didn't receive a confirmation.

Thanks for the heads up. I'll try to delete the duplicate postings.
 

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more b.s waste of tax payers money I wish they would do something productive instead of this feel good touchy feely crap o k rant off . :mad:
 
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