Operation Resilient Response

Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue responders "rescue" a "patient" during a multi-agency disaster drill designed to test the response and capabilities of the participating agencies to a significant Weapons of Mass Destruction incident at Port Everglades on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. The full-scale security exercise dubbed "Operation Resilient Response" simulated a leak of deadly chemicals from a container in the drill to fulfill Homeland Security requirements.<br></br><a href="http://www.sun-sentinel.com/disasterdrill"><font color="red">Click here</font></a> to see a video of the exercise.

( Amy Beth Bennett, Sun Sentinel / April 10, 2013 )

Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue responders "rescue" a "patient" during a multi-agency disaster drill designed to test the response and capabilities of the participating agencies to a significant Weapons of Mass Destruction incident at Port Everglades on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. The full-scale security exercise dubbed "Operation Resilient Response" simulated a leak of deadly chemicals from a container in the drill to fulfill Homeland Security requirements.

Click here to see a video of the exercise.

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