TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Emergency management services across Indiana will now have the chance to train in a different way.
On Tuesday, the Mobile Simulation Laboratory traveled to Union Hospital in Terre Haute.
The Department of Homeland Security provides the service.
It gives EMS responders unique-hands on training.
The lab travels around the state to help train EMS services that don't have access to other training.
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