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Toledo Express disaster drill

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An American Eagle flight to Chicago flies over the tarmac during a disaster drill.

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The scene of a disaster during a drill that included multiple emergency crews at Toledo Express Airport.

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A firetruck sprays water during a disaster drill at Toledo Express Airport.

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Federal law requires a disaster drill at least every three years at the western Lucas County airport.

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A school bus was a prop, substituting for a passenger plane, in a disaster drill at Toledo Express Airport.

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More than a dozen agencies were represented among the drill’s participants and key to their practice was working together efficiently

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Volunteer passenger Brad Bernard makes it out of the 'plane' alive.

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Firefighters approach a life flight helicopter during the drill.

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