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Manchester Arena inquiry: 'Disaster gap' means public may need to treat traumatic injuries

Sky News Monday, 1 March 2021
Manchester Arena inquiry: 'Disaster gap' means public may need to treat traumatic injuriesMembers of the public are likely to have to treat traumatic injuries from a terrorist attack without help from paramedics, a leading doctor has told the Manchester Arena inquiry.
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