When our homeland security is attacked, it is firefighters who are on the front lines. But in order to respond, firefighters need to know what to expect when responding to a terrorist attack.
It was in pursuit of that realism that Roseville’s Basic Urban Kitchen and Bar was transformed into the scene of a nightclub car-bomb attack … complete with smoldering vehicles, blood-spattered “victims” and real first responders.
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