An emergency training exercise Thursday will test students training to become paramedics and nurses. Umpqua Community College’s annual emergency services drill will take place at 11:30 a.m. at the former Starlite Drive-In off Exit 119 near Winston. This year’s scenario involves a police chase that will end violently and require a response from police, firefighters and paramedics. Gunfire and explosions will be used in the drill. Personnel from police and fire agencies will assist. Emergency vehicles will be used to transport patients to UCC’s nursing simulation lab on Stewart Parkway in Roseburg. Transportation of patients will begin at 12:30 p.m. …
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