The Learning Center coordinated the Emergency Medicine Disaster Drill, an annual simulation training on May 24. Between two sessions, 40 residents and 10 faculty participated in the activity which was a mock scenario in which a driver lost control and drove into a crowd at a Mardi Gras parade. The Resident Team was typical of emergency medicine residents on duty during a shift, including 1 fourth year as super-charge, 3 upper year residents, and 3 interns. Medical students and observing residents were also available to act as part of the ancillary team. Patients varied in age from 18 months to 65 years old. A debriefing followed on the benefits of mass disaster patient simulation training.