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Witness: Emergency Responders En Route to Sandy Hook Stopped at Red Lights
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[quote:Phylax:MV8yMTU2NDk3XzM2NDQ4NzU4X0FDQkY5MzY=] [quote:Gladio:MV8yMTU2NDk3XzhBNDVCNDU0] Why would emergency personnel responding to a SHOOTING at a SCHOOL stop at traffic lights on their way? http://blog.ctnews.com/newtownshooting/2012/12/21/newtown-shooting-first-day-recollection-video/ [/quote] Because nearly everyone involved in Sandy Hook thought they were playing set roles in a drill. Sirens and emergency speeding are inherently dangerous and for that reason are not used in drills - just like live ammunition. Those running a drill - DHS, FEMA, State Police would be liable for any injuries, death, and destruction. I think Sandy Hook was a long-term, well-planned drill that threw the leading agencies into utter panic when at some point their drill "went live". Unlike fatalities caused by a speeding emergency vehicle the liability to the state of gunshot victims was unfathomable and unacceptable. I think this is the reason no EMTs were let into the building and no victims were brought out in daylight. [/quote]
Why would emergency personnel responding to a SHOOTING at a SCHOOL stop at traffic lights on their way?
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