CNN obtained a 56-page security and emergency medical response plan drafted by the event planner.
The plan had a section that detailed how employees should react if a attendee died or was having medical issues.
Security was told to notify “Event Control of suspected deceased victim utilizing the code” Smurf. The document made it clear they were not to use the term “dead” or “deceased.”
The 2021 plan did not mention how to deal with a crowd surge or stampede, which is what is believed to have went down over the weekend.
The event planner did create a strategy in the case of an active shooter or bomb threat. Smurf was not the only code word in the book. Security was told to utilize “Code Adam” on the radio if a child went missing.
“The potential for multiple alcohol/drug related incidents, possible evacuation needs, and the ever-present threat of a mass casualty situation are identified as key concerns,” the document read.
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