EU project aims to improve first response in major emergencies

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Major emergencies such as terrorist attacks and natural disasters have become more complex and larger in scale, challenging the ability of first responders to deal with the overwhelming numbers of casualties. As they battle to save lives and nurse the injured, paramedics, firefighters, police officers, and search and rescue teams often have to rely on complicated and outdated procedures and technologies that hinder their efforts.

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