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Preparing for disaster requires training

'Incident Action Plan' helps craft response

8:36 PM, Apr. 16, 2013
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The explosions and carnage at the Boston Marathon Monday reinforces the justification for developing an "Incident Action Plan" for large special events in the Lakeshore area, public service personnel said Tuesday.

"But no matter how much you plan, it may be controlled chaos at best," said Gregg Kadow, Manitowoc Fire Department deputy chief, in the wake of several deaths and dozens of injuries, many of them requiring limb amputation, following two explosions near the finish line.

Among the 2013 special events in Manitowoc that local public service and emergency personnel will create ...

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