Madigan Army Medical Center staff members Lt. Col. D. Chris Sloan, left, Maj. Mike Livingston, center, and Lt. Robert McCoy of the 62nd Medical Brigade were among the first responders at the scene of Monday’s Amtrak train derailment. They helped several passengers evacuate from the rail car hanging over the bridge onto I-5.
Madigan Army Medical Center staff members Lt. Col. D. Chris Sloan, left, Maj. Mike Livingston, center, and Lt. Robert McCoy of the 62nd Medical Brigade were among the first responders at the scene of Monday’s Amtrak train derailment. They helped several passengers evacuate from the rail car hanging over the bridge onto I-5. John Wayne Liston Madigan Army Medical Center
Madigan Army Medical Center staff members Lt. Col. D. Chris Sloan, left, Maj. Mike Livingston, center, and Lt. Robert McCoy of the 62nd Medical Brigade were among the first responders at the scene of Monday’s Amtrak train derailment. They helped several passengers evacuate from the rail car hanging over the bridge onto I-5. John Wayne Liston Madigan Army Medical Center

This is not a drill: Military first on scene at Amtrak train derailment

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