Secondary explosive devices are bombs placed at the scene of an ongoing emergency response that are intended to cause casualties among responders.
Secondary explosive devices are designed to explode after a primary explosion or other major emergency response event has attracted large numbers of responders to the scene to inflict additional injury, damage, and fear.
How might these devices be deployed?
Typically these devices will be hidden in out of view locations, or camouflaged by placing the devices in ordinary objects such as vehicles, flashlights, briefcases, flowerpots, or garbage cans. Usually the devices are detonated by a time delay, although radio-controlled devices or cell phone activated devices could also be used.
Be Warned; do not rush to emergency scenes, Let training responders do their Job. "IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING"
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