Ohio nuke 'disaster' seems very real; Biggest National Guard drill tests troops' readiness
By Jeb Phillips
The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)
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MUSCATATUCK URBAN TRAINING CENTER, Ind. — The scenario: A nuclear bomb has exploded in Indianapolis. There are mass casualties and 300,000 fleeing people are clogging the roads. The water is tainted. Seven hospitals are destroyed.
Carlson's School for Special Needs still stands about 55 hours after the blast. Intelligence comes in that people may still be inside, although by now they might be dead.