THE RECONSTRUCTION OF 'AN INCIDENT': CIVIL DEFENCE TRAINING IN FULHAM, LONDON, 1942
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A busy scene in the Treatment Room of the First Aid Post, set up in a room in a school, probably Mary Boon School, on the corner of Earsby Street and Bishop King's Road, near Avonmore Road. In the right foreground, a nurse applies a facial dressing to a Civil Defence worker who has been injured during the rescue operation. Behind them, other nurses are at work dealing with other casualties, including a wounded leg, and a severe back injury, which is being examined by a superintendent nurse.