"Civil defense is the theme and purpose of this bit of realism-disaster, fire, dead, and injured. How the emergencies are met through planning and co-ordination of the fire department, police, medical corps, volunteers, and ham radio operators. The film is descriptive of the hundred and one things that must be coordinated to meet a disaster. A good civil defense picture" PSA Journal, Oct. 1961, 49.
The film's PSA Ten Best - Honorable Mention certificate is a part of the Sacramento Amateur Movie Makers Club records held by the Sacramento Public Library. The collection also contains an article about the film written by Jewell Dawson.
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