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Ohio Team uses Joplin Hospital Disaster as Training

Joplin hospital struck by tornado causes Ohio hospital to look at its own disaster plan.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011


WUPW FOX Toledo, OH - Last Sunday's deadly and devastating events in Joplin, Mo., will be examined closely by everyone in the disaster response business — especially those in the medical field. The EF-5 200 mph tornado that struck a direct hit on a hospital may provide some lessons learned, especially for a team of Toledo doctors, nurses, and an EMT who already have taken a critical look at evacuating a medical center quickly and efficiently. Their effort focused on going beyond the theoretical and provide a more practical approach when seconds and minutes matter most.

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