ANNISTON, Ala. - It's a scenario no one dreams of ever having to deal with - a terrorist attack.
ThedaCare employees Friday received training to prepare them for such disasters.
The weeklong training program took place in Alabama at the Center for Domestic Preparedness.
ThedaCare employees were trained on a scenario involving multiple attacks on a subway system. They learned how to react and stay organized in the situation, as well as care for patients.
ThedaCare officials say now they're bringing those skills back to the area.
"Having the realism of the manikins and the actors is something we can't do back at our facilities," said Tracey Froiland, ThedaCare.
Forty-two Wisconsin hospitals and health care facilities took part in the training.
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