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A Columbus Police Department officer talks with an exercise evaluator during training scenarios.
Management is vital for an orderly response to multiple calls for help during a natural disaster.
Emergency responders trained in real-life natural disaster scenarios, including rooftop rescues during a flood.
The state-level exercise provided training in teamwork between agencies from different communities.
The Indiana state-level exercise simulated a severe weather incident, including flooding and an EF3 tornado.
The sunken city at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center prepares responders for flood rescues.
The Muscatatuck Urban Training Center provies real-life scenarios for emergency responders.
An uprooted tree and demolished car are set as part of the disaster training.
Columbus Firefighters prepare for natural disaster response training.
Firefighters react to a training scenario at the state-level exercise.
Columbus Firefighters discuss a training exercise at Muscatatuck Urban Training Facility.
Columbus Firefighters help each other through the window of a structure to an emergency scenario inside.
A collapsed parking garage at the training facility is used in rescue exercises.
A simulated helicopter crash is staged in the forest at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.
Emergency responders discuss how to handle the mock helicopter crash.
A Columbus Firefighter responds to the scene of a mock helicopter crash.
Columbus Firefighters help carry a victim from the mock helicopter crash.
Police, firefighters and medics work together in natural disaster training scenarios.
Columbus Police patrol the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center during the state-level exercise.
Columbus Police Department Sgt. Jennifer VanVactor secures a simulated mobile home park.