A mass shooting like the one in Las Vegas Sunday night that injured more than 500 people would require a coordinated response of dozens of ambulance services and hospitals throughout the Kansas City metro area.
A mass shooting like the one in Las Vegas Sunday night that injured more than 500 people would require a coordinated response of dozens of ambulance services and hospitals throughout the Kansas City metro area. File photo --
A mass shooting like the one in Las Vegas Sunday night that injured more than 500 people would require a coordinated response of dozens of ambulance services and hospitals throughout the Kansas City metro area. File photo --

Is our emergency medical-care system up to handling a shooting like the one in Vegas?

October 02, 2017 03:29 PM

UPDATED October 03, 2017 12:47 PM

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