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Sacramento hospital workers get tips on dealing with a gunman
Sacramento Bee

Barbara Brooks watched as an officer, posing as a scowling, hooded gunman, swept an assault weapon across the crowded room, and her mind began to race.

“What would I do?” thought Brooks, a teacher at the Shriners children’s hospital in Sacramento. “How would I protect my students?”

It was all part of a new staple in modern-day survival training.