A full-scale emergency drill was held at Miami International Airport Thursday morning.
More than 140 volunteers from local high schools, county police and emergency management offices and the Boy Scouts of America played the role of injured passengers in an aircraft emergency. Four new Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting vehicles were also tested out during the drill.
The airport is required to conduct simulated emergency drills every three years as a Federal Aviation Administration requirement.
The drill was held at the second level information center in Terminal E.