8 undergraduate pre-medical and theater students volunteered to play the roles of explosion victims in various stages of injury.
Enveloped in a soundtrack of explosions, shattering glass, crumbling structures and blaring sirens, 24 medical student participants took turns acting as first responders, rapidly triaging each patient with a colored tag:
- black (unlikely to survive)
- red (requires immediate intervention and transport)
- yellow (transport can be delayed)
- green (relatively minor injuries)