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First police squad car arrives on scene. The officer surveys the scene and radios fire, ambulance and additional police. Tones are heard (audio) as fire equipment is dispatched. First officer confronts the student driver as second squad arrives. Officer from second squad goes to assist with CPR on child. Fire sirens are heard as first ambulance and engine arrive. The firefighter and paramedics leave their vehicles and approach the scene. Paramedics begin to survey all injuries, and engine crew deploys a booster line (hose) as standby. Paramedics report to fire officer that they need additional ambulances and extrication equipment. Officer calls for additional help. If a helicopter is being used, it can be called for at this time. Paramedics begin patient treatment, one specifically taking over CPR with child, while other tends to injuries in car #1. Father from car #2 confronts student driver of car #1:“You killed my son!” Police officer has to intercede and separate them both. Second ambulance and engine arrive. Helicopter arrives (if being used). Second engine crew begins extrication process. First ambulance crew attends to father and extrication patients’ needs. Second ambulance crew or helicopter transports child. 12
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How to Conduct a Mock Crash Mock Crash Scene, continued: Third ambulance arrives and takes over extrication patients’ needs, while first ambulance crew transports father. Complete extrication procedures and patient extraction, treatment and loading of victims. Officer administers a sobriety test on the driver of car #1. Officer takes driver to the station. Officer and engine crew assist placing bodies into body bags and loading into vehicle. Ambulance door slams, indicating simulation has ended. 10:30 a.m. Audience is moved to assembly area as quickly as possible. Begin clean up after audience departs. 11 a.m. Assembly (about three minutes each): o Coordinator explains the purpose of the event. (Cite recent alcohol-related crashes in your area). o Police officer explains the DWI laws, including vehicular homicide. o Paramedics explain their roles. o Fire crew explains their roles. o Helicopter crew explains their roles. o Parent of the fatality speaks. o Student participants speak. o Questions and answers. o Make sure there is a good PA system and all questions are repeated for the audience to hear. 11:30 a.m. Crash survivors share personal stories. 11:45 a.m. Principal dismisses students. 11:45 a.m. Press conference. Lunch for participants. 13
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How to Conduct a Mock Crash Follow-Up Work Thank You Notes Send notes to the participants and a copy to their superiors. Include post-event survey or student comments. Post-Event Evaluation Meeting Evaluation requires gathering feedback to continually adjust activities and programs to maintain their effectiveness. Hold a post-event meeting with all Mock Crash parties involved.
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