The Washoe County Health District is asking REMSA for a full report on their major incident plan following last Friday's Air Race Crash.
"We're still finding some little quirks of things that could work better, even down to where equipment is placed in an ambulance," said REMSA's EMS Director, Kevin Romero. "Those are some things we're going to correct and make better for the next go around."
Romero said as bad as the Amtrak crash and the Carson City shooting were, those incidents actually prepared them somewhat for the disaster out at the Air Races.
He said their training also helped them snap into action when the call from the Reno-Stead Airport came in. Romero told us they had over 20 additional ambulances ready within 20 minutes of the first call.
Romero also said they had responders from Lyon County, Carson City and Incline helping out.
This tragedy has affected not only the victims and their families, but responders as well.
"It's no different than any other large scale incident that will see critical incident stress management for a long period of time," said Romero. "It's important to get all the first responders together. We need EMS, police and fire together because they all interacted."
The Washoe County Health District and REMSA told us if this tragedy had been worse, they had enough medical responders in the region to handle it.