Operation Rolling Chaos – Experience the Aftermath 2/10/13

Unitek Education proudly hosted Operation Rolling Chaos, a 6-hour mass casualty training exercise designed to test our community and government agency readiness in the face of a major disaster. The scenario focused on the possibility that the Bay Area's Anderson dam could collapse after an earthquake, causing extensive flooding and leaving hundreds of civilians severely injured.

The scenario included over 400 participants with more than 200 live patient volunteers. Dozens of wrecked vehicles, numerous military and EMS response teams, and three helicopter landings made for an authentic, exciting training event. Operation Rolling Chaos has set the benchmark for other communities on how to train for disasters.

If you missed out on this extraordinary event, please view our photos. And don't forget to check out our news coverage videos below to experience the sights and sounds of Operation Rolling Chaos!


News Coverage of Operation Rolling Chaos

KTVU2 NEWS LIVE Coverage
KTVU2 NEWS Evening Coverage
ABC7 NEWS Evening Coverage

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