The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) provided buses to simulate a commercial aircraft for purposes of staging "victim" passengers for the drill.
Volunteer "victims" were staged on OCTA buses prior to the drill.
Volunteer "victims" staged on OCTA buses waiting for the drill to begin.
Orange County Sheriff's Department, Airport Police Services were first on scene with 30 Deputies and Sheriff's Special Officers, nine Sheriff's vehicles and one helicopter.
Orange County Health Care Agency, Emergency Medical Services provided coordination of ambulance response and coordination with the American Red Cross for patient location at hospitals.
The Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) responded with more than 200 personnel and 50 vehicles.
The OCFA response included engines, medic units, command vehicles, a heavy rescue vehicle, various support vehicles, and two helicopters.
OCFA fire fighters moved a volunteer “victim” away from the simulated crash area.
OCFA fire fighters returned after loading a volunteer “victim” onto a
American Red Cross, OC Chapter, simulated the creation and functionality of a Friends and Family Reception Center and a Family Reunification Center in partnership with Delta Air Lines.
Delta Air Lines personnel conducted a mock briefing in the Friends and
Family Reception and Family Reunification Centers.
Delta Air Lines personnel collected information from and provided support to “Friends and Family” volunteers.
Delta Air Lines personnel worked the Friends and Family Reception desk.
Delta Air Lines and Red Cross volunteers coordinated the Friends and Family Reception Center and Family Reunification Center response.
John Wayne Airport Operations staff were responsible for the overall coordination of the drill and participated in the emergency response.
John Wayne Airport Operations staff participated in the emergency response.
More than 60 ambulance rigs, coordinated by Doctor's Ambulance, responded and transported victims to area hospitals, as well as Mercy Air with an airlift operation.
Ambulance medical personnel loaded a volunteer "victim" into an ambulance for transport to a local hospital.
More than 185 members of local Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) participated as volunteer victims and in other volunteer roles.