Left: Records Specialist Victor Najera keeps track of simulated damage and injuries; Hazardous Materials Technician Chris Davis inspects a lab for mock chemical spills. Right: Planning, Design and Construction officials Dale Adams (left) and Mark Kolb study blueprints of a “damaged” building; and campus officials orchestrate the disaster response and gather information from teams in the field by radio.
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