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Profile: Tulane Medical Center

Tulane Medical Center was a participant or observer in the following events:

The National Guard transfers approximately 400 people with special medical needs from the Superdome to hospitals in other cities, according to Gen. Ralph Lupin, commander of troops deployed at the Superdome. Additionally, personnel transport another 40 evacuees with serious medical conditions to Tulane Medical Center, after Wes McDermott, from the Office of Emergency Preparedness invokes a little-known rule of the Homeland Security Act to commandeer seven Acadian ambulances. [Associated Press, 8/29/2005 Sources: Ralph Lupin]

Entity Tags: Wes McDermott, Louisiana National Guard, Homeland Security Act, Tulane Medical Center

Timeline Tags: Hurricane Katrina

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