Out! A guide to emergency evacuations
A fictional emotionally disturbed person plants a bomb in a library. He then telephones the reference desk and makes a bomb threat. Steps to deal with this situation include deriving as much useful information as possible during the telephone conversation. The library must be evacuated. The evacuation process might be slower than expected. Many workplaces are obliged to hold evacuation (or fire) drills. The fire wardens can facilitate these drills. Fortunately, bomb threats are rare.
Voices in Jimmy’s head tell him that libraries are evil. One voice insists that librarians are wicked ...
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