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ECRTT engages in training at old hospital • Unfamiliar terrain ideal for hostage scenarios

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On Thursday afternoon, the doors of the abandoned Johnston Manor – formerly Artesia General Hospital – were opened to the Eddy County Regional Tactical Team (ECRTT) with the aim of using an unfamiliar site to conduct simulated hostage rescue training.
Johnston Manor is owned by Don Johnston and located at 800 S. Roselawn Ave. The training was authorized through the City of Artesia. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

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