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Message Subject I live in in Newtown, CT
Poster Handle Zuzu's Petals
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Right on, ZP.
If any person does not understand that in a real incident that every single person would have been transported to a hospital while lifesaving measures attempted does not comprehend real life.

You could find a person who was killed in a motorcycle crash.
They'll scrape together whatever remains and fly or drive them to a hospital. They don't just leave them there on the side of the road because they're dead and no point in trying to remove them.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838

ROFLMAO!!! Absolutely false. Only those with a potential to be saved are taken to an ED. People are routinely declared dead on scene. Are you gonna do CPR on someone whose head is gone from the jaw up? Uh no, idiot. Additionally, with an active crime scene investigation (der hurr such as Sandy Hook), the bodies will not be moved until the crime scene investigators determine them to be moved.

I continue to ask myself, why do I even bother to debate with damn ignorant fools who make such plainly untrue claims?

 Quoting: Holden 32744103

They might be declared dead at the scene. But, they are still transported to a hospital morgue.
Now shill some more.

I have 4 relatives who are nurses and they all say that they would have been, SHOULD have been transported REGARDLESS.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838

I can understand not transporting people who are pronounced dead to the hospitals/morgue immediately. People like that poster are trying to get people to focus on the wrong things.

It appeared, according to the audio, that almost immediately they didn't want ambulances there. Why?

First responders were not allowed near the school. Why?

Who pronounced everyone dead so quickly that they saw next to no need to request ambulances?

Why were the few ambulances that were there parked so far away from the school? How was that practical/expedient?

Don't let people like him sidetrack you from what really matters.
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