Paper| Volume 22, ISSUE 3, P215-218, May 1991

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Lessons for mobile medical teams following the Lockerbie and Guthrie Street disasters

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      The response of Medic 1 to two recent major incidents is described and the changes adopted as a result of these experiences and the broader implications for national disaster coordination are discussed.
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