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    About 65 medical students and residents learn about the ways emergency workers interact with patients before they reach the hospital Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Perrysburg Township firefighter Jake Hoffman, center, instructs a group of medical students and residents in how to extract a person from inside a car after a wreck Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Alex Lu, a resident at the University of Toledo Medical Center, smashes in a car window during a demonstration of the processes firefighters use to extract victims of car accidents Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Allie Lesson, a four-year medical student at the University of Toledo, laughs as she operates a hydraulic cutting tool alongside a firefighter Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    A medical student smashes in a car window as a group of residents and medical students learn the process firefighters go through to extract someone from a car after a wreck Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Perrysburg Township firefighter Jake Hoffman, left, talks with fourth year medical student Lauren Doda, center, on how to use a hydraulic stretcher during a demonstration for medical students and residents to learn how to extract a person from inside a car after a wreck Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Northwood Fire Department take students up in their bucket as another group goes through EMS procedures Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Mercy Emergency Management Coordinator Chris Hofbauer, center, goes over the process for treating a patient potentially contaminated with hazardous materials Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Ryan Johnston, a resident with the University of Toledo Medical Center, center right, washes a mannequin as he goes through training on how to deal with patients contaminated with hazardous materials Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Mecca Madhun, a resident at the University of Toledo Medical Center, is washed down wearing full personal protective equipment during a demonstration of a hazmat situation Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Heidi Hutchison, a resident at St. Vincent Medical Center, is washed down wearing full personal protective equipment during a demonstration of a hazmat situation Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Students wearing personal protective equipment for a hazmat scenario wait to be washed down Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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    Mecca Madhun, a resident at the University of Toledo Medical Center, is washed down wearing full personal protective equipment during a demonstration of a hazmat situation Wednesday at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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About 65 medical students and residents went through a morning of training about the ways emergency workers interact with patients Wednesday, September 12, 2018, at Owens Community College's Center for Emergency Preparedness.

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Mercy Emergency Services Medical Director Dr. Daniel Neumeyer said the participants, from Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center and the University of Toledo, received hands-on training to give them a better sense of what happens to patients in a potential emergency situation before they arrive at the hospital for treatment. Firefighting, EMS, and hazmat training were included.

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