BCHS students participate in drill
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STUDENTS AT Bradley Central High School played a role in a drill Friday with the Tennessee Department of Health, the Bradley County Health Department, Cleveland-Bradley County Emergency Management Agency and school officials. Jerry Johnson III receives medication in the mock drill which encompassed an anthrax attack as its scenario. Over 1,600 students were methodically moved through a triage, then received medicines to test the system of delivery en masse. The operation, start to finish, lasted an hour and six minutes, according to emergency managers. Banner photos, GREG KAYLOR
STUDENTS AT Bradley Central High School played a role in a drill Friday with the Tennessee Department of Health, the Bradley County Health Department, Cleveland-Bradley County Emergency Management Agency and school officials. Jerry Johnson III receives medication in the mock drill which encompassed an anthrax attack as its scenario. Over 1,600 students were methodically moved through a triage, then received medicines to test the system of delivery en masse. The operation, start to finish, lasted an hour and six minutes, according to emergency managers. Banner photos, GREG KAYLOR
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STUDENTS AT Bradley Central High School played a role in a drill Friday with the Tennessee Department of Health, the Bradley County Health Department, Cleveland-Bradley County Emergency Management Agency and school officials. Jerry Johnson III receives medication in the mock drill which encompassed an anthrax attack as its scenario. Over 1,600 students were methodically moved through a triage, then received medicines to test the system of delivery en masse. The operation, start to finish, lasted an hour and six minutes, according to emergency managers. Banner photos, GREG KAYLOR