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All Lined Up

Stepping inside the building proper, it was apparent that almost every room was crammed full of stuff. Tables, building materials, medical equipment, you name it. Most of it was pretty organized, perhaps being taken out and used in other hospitals as needed (as opposed to being thrown inside and forgotten about, which is what I usually find).

These gurneys were equipped with electrically conductive pads, although I am unsure of why this particular feature is desirable (perhaps to perform an EKG/EEG)?

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