Stephanopoulos: Mass Causalities ‘Becoming All Too Common Here in the United States’

‘Local police all across the country now prepared for situations like this’

STEPHANOPOULOS: "And — and Brad, I mean this is becoming all too common here in the United States, but local police all across the country now prepared for situations like this."
GARRETT: "A combination of police, coordination with federal authorities and obviously emergency service personnel, as you talked earlier on GMA, the, you know, the idea that the hospitals are now prepared for mass casualties in particular cities is all key. It’s unfortunate that we have to have that level of preparation, but that is reality."
 

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