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Emergency crews respond to a mock derailment and mass casualty drill in Kapolei

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                                A rescue team lowered a mannequin during a mock train derailment in East Kapolei on Saturday. The drill was part of required testing of the city’s rail system before it can begin paid ridership, which is scheduled for early next year.
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A rescue team lowered a mannequin during a mock train derailment in East Kapolei on Saturday. The drill was part of required testing of the city’s rail system before it can begin paid ridership, which is scheduled for early next year.

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                                Marco Calleri, playing the part of an injured man, was loaded onto a Honolulu EMS “ambu-bus” designed to handle mass casualties.
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Marco Calleri, playing the part of an injured man, was loaded onto a Honolulu EMS “ambu-bus” designed to handle mass casualties.

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                                Aiea EMS supervisor Shara Molina was medical incident commander during Saturday’s exercise. She checked out a mannequin inside the bus.
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Aiea EMS supervisor Shara Molina was medical incident commander during Saturday’s exercise. She checked out a mannequin inside the bus.

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                                Rescue team climb up HFD ladders to reach the causeway.
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Rescue team climb up HFD ladders to reach the causeway.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA/CKOJIMA@ STARADVERTISER.COM
                                A rescue team lowered a mannequin during a mock train derailment in East Kapolei on Saturday. The drill was part of required testing of the city’s rail system before it can begin paid ridership, which is scheduled for early next year.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA/CKOJIMA@ STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Marco Calleri, playing the part of an injured man, was loaded onto a Honolulu EMS “ambu-bus” designed to handle mass casualties.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA/CKOJIMA@ STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Aiea EMS supervisor Shara Molina was medical incident commander during Saturday’s exercise. She checked out a mannequin inside the bus.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA/CKOJIMA@ STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Rescue team climb up HFD ladders to reach the causeway.