Precautions to be taken during a gas attack in United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:11 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
'What to do in a gas attack' A dramatization shows the precautions to be taken in event of a gas attack and the first aid measures to be used after the gas exposure. Newspaper headlines about the gas attacks, a gas alarm sounds. Plane drops gas bombs and smoke rises. Various precautions to be taken in case of a gas attack like closing the windows and other openings in the house. A man and woman move upstairs in the house to escape fumes. In case of liquid gas attack, gas spreads and men of the United States Citizens Defense Core neutralize the gas. Men wearing protective clothing and masks wipe off the gas. A sign reads 'gas mustard'. Men neutralize the crops in a field after a gas attack. After a liquid gas attack a man removes his clothes and shoes before entering the house as a preventive measure. Removes liquid gas from the skin by blotting with a tissue, tissue thrown in a bin. Exposed skin cleaned and rinsed with bleaching solution. A baking soda solution containing water used to irrigate eyes. Man takes a shower and soaks himself up. Nose irrigated with baking soda solution. Man gargles with the solution. Man smokes a cigarette and lies down to prevent exertion. A man of the United States Citizens Defense Core takes away the clothes lying outside the house for treating them.
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