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One Purpose 58 Reasons
On October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada. The shooting left 58 dead and wounded more than 500 others.

Chief Troy Tuke, with the Clark County Fire Department, responded to the 1 October incident and served as a hospital liaison throughout the event.

Chief Tuke's presentation will cover:
• Initial response
• Hospital coordination
• Family assistance center
• Resiliency center
• Taking care of our own
• Lessons reinforced and learned in all of the areas noted above.
• Adjustments to current plans in progress

Jan 31, 2019 10:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Chief Troy Tuke
Assistant Fire Chief - EMS @Clark County Fire Department
Chief Tuke’s career with the Clark County Fire Department began in 1996 when he was hired as a Firefighter/Paramedic. After eight years of service, he was promoted to Fire Engineer in 2004. After serving four years as an Engineer, he was promoted to EMS Coordinator in 2008. In 2010, Chief Tuke was promoted to Assistant Fire Chief of Emergency Medical Services. Chief Tuke is currently working as the Assistant Fire Chief over EMS. Chief Tuke was deployed to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita as a Medical Specialist for Nevada Task Force 1 Urban Search and Rescue Team. He currently maintains his RN license, National Registry Paramedic Certification and license, and is an EMS Master Instructor, Clinical Instructor at the UNLV School of Medicine and a Paramedic Preceptor. Chief Tuke is a member of the IAFC EMS section and also serves on the NAEMT Board of Directors representing region 4.