SIOUX CITY, Iowa - You never know when a disaster could strike, and that is why members of the UnityPoint-St. Luke's incident command team recently completed special training critical to prepare for any kind of disaster.
The training was conducted by the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Alabama.
Operated by Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency, it's one of the only training facilities of it's kind in the country.
UnityPoint-St. Luke's staffers received training in areas like how to prevent, respond to and recover from real world incidents. Actors were even hired to represent a real life situation.
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