Friday, October 26, 2007

Your Lying Government Preparing/Drilling for Your Death

Terror attack drill at HMH
Emergency personnel rolled out at the Frank R. Howard Memorial Hospital early on Thursday, October 25, responding to the drill notification that there had been a terrorist attack involving an infectious agent. The hospital immediately invoked its emergency action plans.
Community Emergency Response Team volunteers from Willits and Brooktrails arrived at the hospital, guarding each entrance and requiring all who entered to don infectious disease masks and to disinfect their hands. Casualties were triaged and the emergency response trailer, which contains a tent and an extensive array of emergency supplies was deployed to the hospital parking lot.
Howard Hospital Incident Commander Anthony Stahl says the hospital was told the drill scenario involved the release of bubonic plague and for the hospital to prepare for up to 100 infectious casualties. (cont....)
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Mock drill prepares Central Coast hospitals for biological emergency

Drive-through flu drill may help ER crowding later (AZ update)

Luci Scott
The Arizona Republic
Oct. 26, 2007 01:05 PM

The 1,000 free flu shots being given away Saturday as part of a disaster drill at Chandler Regional Medical Center will likely protect the recipients. But those who forgo a shot and wind up sick could spend hours waiting in the emergency department. The average wait time in the Chandler emergency room is 3.7 to 4.7 hours - shorter than the statewide average of six hours. But if there's a severe flu outbreak, all bets are off. The hospital has a plan in place to handle a crush of patients, says Dr. Paul McHale, medical director of the emergency department (cont..)

Road closures set for public health drill (SD)

Several routes around Fargo South High School will be closed Saturday morning while Fargo Cass Public Health conducts an emergency preparedness drill.
The drill involves a flu shot clinic at South High (cont..)

"Operation Wipeout"

Emergency response drill set for Nov. 3 (AR)

Crawford County will stage an emergency response exercise titled "Operation Wipeout" on Saturday, Nov. 3.This year's drill will be held in the areas of the city park in Van Buren, Summit Medical Center, Van Buren High School and Van Buren fire station No. 2, according to Dennis Gilstrap, Crawford County emergency coordinator. (cont...)

Pandemic drill for financial sector finds planning gaps

FEMA Apologizes After Sham News Conference

FEMA Deputy Administrator Harvey Johnson talks about the agency's response to the California wildfires at the FEMA press briefing room in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007. It was later revealed that reporters were not given adequate time to travel to the event, so instead, the agency's public affairs staff asked questions. The decision prompted backlash from the media, DHS and the White House. (Bill Koplitz/FEMA)

New York Air National Guard Unit exercises at Stewart

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