In the News: Active shooter drill trains medical students

The Ohio State University Police Division trains countless hours to be prepared for emergency situations such as an active attacker. This week, OSUPD assisted the College of Medicine at an emergency drill for medical students, residents and medical staff.

As Fox28 Columbus reported, medical students and residents became the simulated victims, and caregivers, all at once — while facing down a ficticious gunman shooting loud, blank rounds from a handgun.

"It's very different. You definitely feel the adrenaline running," second-year grad student Travis Sharkey told the news outlet.

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