TONIGHT AT 10 | How prepared is Indiana for the worst case scenario?

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The action and drama on the hit show “24” may seem like something that could never happen in central Indiana, but we’ll show you how local authorities are doing what they can to learn about things like chemical weapons and terrorist attacks.

On FOX59 News at Ten, we’ll take you to a training session involving police officers from several different departments across the state. You’ll be right there to watch as they learn all about weapons of mass destruction, chemical exposure and mass casualties.

Last year’s bombing in Boston points to the need for more training, so why aren’t more agencies doing drills like this? How prepared are we for the worst case scenario?

See what Indiana authorities are doing to save lives if the worst happens here.

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