Nursing expert says things went right for Boston first responders

05/6/2013 | KMOX-AM (St. Louis)

Many things went right for first responders to the Boston Marathon bombings, and they were close to health care professionals and hospitals that could provide rapid treatment, said Joanne Langan, coordinator of disaster preparedness at Saint Louis University's School of Nursing. She said medical personnel "cannot drill enough" to prepare for such events.

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