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Doctors don't expect warlike blast injuries in U.S.

Doctors don't expect warlike blast injuries in U.S.

Victims in the Boston Marathon bombings faced nails, pellets and shards after the blast. The injuries are similar to ones you might find in a warzone. Doctors say they need to be prepared to treat these injuries when they happen closer to home.

http://archive.airforcetimes.com/VideoNetwork/2307843563001/Doctors-don-t-expect-warlike-blast-injuries-in-U-S- http://archive.airforcetimes.com/VideoNetwork/2307843563001/Doctors-don-t-expect-warlike-blast-injuries-in-U-S- http://bc_gvpc.edgesuite.net/img/963482463001/201304/496/963482463001_2307774853001_th-516ec78ce4b076511deb2e6a-1592194046001.jpg Doctors don't expect warlike blast injuries in U.S. Victims in the Boston Marathon bombings faced nails, pellets and shards after the blast. The injuries are similar to ones you might find in a warzone. Doctors say they need to be prepared to treat these injuries when they happen closer to home. 32 Armycolorado hospitalvpcMarinesboston marathon blastsmedical trauma teamsvpcbestBoston Marathonair forceboston marathon explosionsdenverKUSANational NewsnavyMilitary 01:34
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