EMS in the Fast Lane
This photo gallery shows images from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Ind.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Hundreds of thousands of people attend the Indianapolis 500 each year. The combination of medical conditions among spectators and injuries sustained by drivers creates a challenging situation for EMS.
The safety team helps driver Tony Kanaan out of his car following a high-speed crash.
Patient Care Center
The infield patient care center has four driver beds equipped for hemodynamic monitoring in an area suitable for trauma resuscitation. Drivers are brought in through a separate entrance to provide privacy and security.
The infield hospital is complemented by medic teams that respond throughout the IMS grounds, including seven golf cart ambulances.
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