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Bellingham International Airport tests emergency plan

Responders and volunteers practice mock plane crash

A volunteer victim on a stretcher gets escorted by multiple firemen in training away from the ambulance.
A volunteer victim is rolled away from the triage area Friday, Sept. 8 during an emergency response drill at Bellingham International Airport. The drill is conducted every three years. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Simone Higashi News Intern
People driving near Bellingham International Airport (BLI) on Friday, Sept. 8 may have seen a cluste

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