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The Sticky Truth
About Bakken Crude

A Nor-Cal EMS Webcast Continuing Education Series
One Continuing Education Unit available to California EMS personnel for watching this video

"The Sticky Truth About Bakken Crude"

Presented by Gerry Gray, Deputy Fire Chief Redding Fire Department, SCHMRT Operations Director and recorded live in front of an audience at the October 25, 2014 Northstate Prehospital "Fall" Conference.

Sticky Truth About Bakken Crude provides crucial information to EMS personnel regarding the potential dangers involved with the transportation of approximately 3 millions gallons of Crude Oil at a time through our cities by railroad and how they should be prepared and respond. Examples of past catastrophic events involving the transportation of crude oil by railway are presented.

Click HERE to download a printout of the presentation for reference.

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