JEMS Games 2010 Final Scenario Photos!

Check out these pictures taken by EMS Today show photographer Glen
Ellman. The final scenario, which was this past Friday night in one of the ballrooms of the Baltimore Convention Center, was very timely. It was a bus crash with nine patients, one of whom was entrapped the entire time. The audience, three final teams and fourth-place run through team all watched CNN.com video from that morning's bus accident in Maricopa County, Ariz. The teams then managed the chaotic scene for 20 minutes.

The continuing education session, delivered by JEMS Medical Editor Ed Dickinson, MD, FACEP, included details on how to properly manage care of an entrapped patient.

Lee Westbrook, left, and Larry Smith, members of the winning
team -- Cape Fear/Duplin County (S.C.) care for the scenario's
entrapped driver. (Photos Glen Ellman/EMS Today)

Mike Carunchio, a member of second-place Sussex County (Del.)

EMS, cares for one of the patients.


Adam Heinz, right, a member of the third-place Reno EMS

Authority (REMSA) team, talks with JEMS writer Fran Hildwine,

who played a drunken man who wanders on stage and then has

a seizure as a result of a fall.


Westbrook, right, cares for a patient with arm pain who's still

in the bus.


Jill Wix, right, talks with the scene's incident commander. The

other members of the Sussex team were Jeff Cox and Stu Hensley.


The members of the REMSA team were Heinz, Paul Burton,

Matt Dixon and Chris Watson, above.


Smith cares for Hildwine before Hildwine suffers a seizure.


Dickinson delivers his presentation to a packed ballroom.

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Tags: Arizona bus crash, Cape Fear Valley EMS, Duplin County EMS, EMS Today 2010, JEMS Games, JEMS Games final scenario, Phoenix bus crash, REMSA, Sussex County EMS

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