Shooting victims can thank the joint training of the sheriff's and paramedics

Jeremy Mothershed, a Harford County deputy sheriff, was in charge of training his colleagues on a new mode of responding to active shooters called Rescue Task Force. This allows paramedics to rush in to help victims sooner than in the past. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)

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