Sudden blizzard-like conditions on Route 390 caused a forty-seven car pile up just outside of Rochester, NY. Details are still comming in, but at last count there were 27 patients transported, one surgical cardiac arrest.
All initial reports from those on scene indicate scene control and managment along with triage, treatment and transport were well done. The climate at the time of the event was 12 degrees F, with 20-30 mph winds.
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