Texas A&M Health Science Center students get a lesson in disaster relief

POSTED: Thursday, March 8, 2012 - 5:50pm
UPDATED: Monday, April 23, 2012 - 4:11pm

COLLEGE STATION -- Today students at the Texas A&M Health Science Center learned what to do if a disaster ever strikes Central Texas, specifically, a mass casualty disaster like a hurricane or wildfire.

The American Red Cross, Bryan and College Station fire departments, as well as the Texas Engineering Extension Service helped to make the scenarios as realistic as possible.

Students learned how to treat burns, smoke inhalation, accidents, acute-care emergencies and more.

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I love Sarah's suggestion too! LOL. And I will have to reembmer that .to talk about the weather. I find that alot of time I start humming to myself. I guess it keeps my mouth busy when I know I shouldn't be saying anything and it helps to get my mind on something else. Sometimes it doesn't work so well thought .but I am much better then when I was younger. Hope you don't gain to much weight when you eat all those M & M's. LOL

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