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(KSL News) Salt Lake fire and emergency crews honed their rescue skills today during a mass casualty drill at Rocky Mountain Raceways.
The emergency call told them a race car had left the track, injuring about 50 people in the grandstands.
Volunteer actors played the parts of the injured.
AirMed, Lifeflight, EMS, and fire departments treated and rescued the volunteers.
Moose Barkull, Battalion Chief: "It's as close as we can get, without victims."
Chiefs and captains observed to critique and make changes in preparation for real-life mass casualties.