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California’s mobile hospitals are running out of money and time
Sacramento Bee

In a cool, 18,000-square-foot warehouse tucked in an industrial Sacramento-area neighborhood sits millions of dollars in equipment California leaders hope never to use.

Giant crates house the skeleton of a football field-sized mobile tent hospital. Fifty heart monitors line a wall, their green lights indicating they remain charged in the chance that somewhere, someday, a devastating earthquake or flood will strike California.