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A simplified incident command board using magnets on a map board

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The picture represents a very simplified incident command board using magnets on a map board. The board shows rapidly the emergency management resources available on the accident scheme and resource on their way to the scheme.

In this case, an accident has happened on a wider area. There are five patients: four more seriously injured ones classified as "red" and one seriously injured one classified as "yellow".

A BLS ambulance from city "E" (E191) already transports a patient from the scheme to the hospital and is not available on the scheme.

An ALS ambulance from city "V" (V591) treats a red patient on the scheme.

BLS ambulances (E192, E292), a physician unit (E190) and an engine (E11) from city "E" help two red patients and one yellow patient on the scheme. An ALS ambulance (E391) and a BLS (E291) ambulance from city "E" are on their way to the scheme to help these three patients too.

Unit codes:

E11 = City E, 1 = first station, 1 = first engine at the station

E190 = City E, 1 = first station, 9 = medical unit, 0 = a unit with an emergency physician

E191 = City E, 1 = first station, 9 = medical unit, 1 = first ambulance unit at the station

E192 = City E, 1 = first station, 9 = medical unit, 2 = second ambulance unit at the station

E291 = City E, 2 = second station, 9 = medical unit, 1 = first ambulance unit at the station

E292 = City E, 2 = second station, 9 = medical unit, 2 = second ambulance unit at the station

E391 = City E, 3 = third station, 9 = medical unit, 1 = first ambulance unit at the station

V591 = City V, 5 = fifth station, 9 = medical unit, 1 = first ambulance unit at the station

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