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Disaster Training at Maine Medical Center
Date: 11/7/2013 Album ID: 1728233
Photos by Gordon Chibroski
Medical volunteers treat victims of ammonia burns
Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer. Wednesday, November 6, 2013.
Chad Spickle, right, a Radiation Safety Officer for Maine Medical helps medical personal put on their decontamination suits during a disaster exercise at MMC by Emergency Management agency of a collapsed ice arena with injured people contaminated by anhydrous ammonia.
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Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer. Wednesday, November 6, 2013.
Medical personal dressed in decontamination outfits prepare to wash and decontaminate a (dummy) victim of an anhydrous ammonia contamination caused by a collapsed ice arena. during a disaster exercise at MMC by Emergency Management agency.
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Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer. Wednesday, November 6, 2013. Medical personal, dressed in decontamination safety outfits prepare a victim for decontamination at a disaster exercise at MMC by Emergency Management agency of a simulated collapsed ice arena with injured people contaminated by anhydrous ammonia.
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Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer. Wednesday, November 6, 2013. 
Susan Norton drove up from New Jersey to be a volunteer victim and was made up with a broken nose and ammonia contamination injuries to participate in a disaster exercise at MMC by Emergency Management agency of a simulated collapsed ice arena with injured people contaminated by anhydrous ammonia.
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