DENVER — The latest preparedness drill to unfold in the Denver metro is focusing on decontamination and treatment of victims in a mass chemical attack.
Hospitals and first responders will be focused on both honing their skills and testing their response in the scenario of either a domestic or foreign attack involving a chemical agent, a nuclear attack, or an explosive device.
Medical personnel will simulate the decontamination process, but also simulate the response to having a mass amount of patients.
Officials say the public shouldn't be concerned if they see an abnormal number of first responders or a congregation outside a local hospital.
This is just the latest in a string of western preparedness drills. Tap here to learn more about drills held over the summer.