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Tucson Fire Department engineer Jeff Hunter (above) welcomes visitors not to a jumping castle but to the inflatable decon tent temporarily set up at Tucson Medical Center. As fire and medical workers learn, people exposed to hazardous materials can get hosed down, led through a wading pool and sent to the tent for a final wipe-down.

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