Seattle police officers scramble over rubble and near demolished buses as first-responders in a 2003 terrorism response exercise in Seattle. The bioterrorism drill included hundreds of firefighters and police officers responding to the mock explosion of a radioactive “dirty bomb.”
Seattle police officers scramble over rubble and near demolished buses as first-responders in a 2003 terrorism response exercise in Seattle. The bioterrorism drill included hundreds of firefighters and police officers responding to the mock explosion of a radioactive “dirty bomb.” ELAINE THOMPSON AP
Seattle police officers scramble over rubble and near demolished buses as first-responders in a 2003 terrorism response exercise in Seattle. The bioterrorism drill included hundreds of firefighters and police officers responding to the mock explosion of a radioactive “dirty bomb.” ELAINE THOMPSON AP

Taking the dirty bomb threat seriously

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