Practice emergency drill held at Stamford High School

Officials from the Department of Health and Social Services say the exercise focused on a scenario where they would need to dispense life-saving medication to the community.

Officials from the Department of Health and Social Services say the exercise focused on a scenario where they would need to dispense life-saving medication to the community. (4/14/16)

STAMFORD - Stamford health officials tested an emergency preparedness plan today.

The Department of Health and Social Services held the emergency response drill at Stamford High School. 

Officials say they focused on a scenario where they would need to dispense life-saving medication to the community. 

They say it's a way to determine the plan's efficiency. 

Officials say volunteers with Medical Reserve Corps Stamford assisted with the drill.

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