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  The Great Hanshin Earthquake Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack
Life Lines damaged normal
Hospital Facilities damaged normal
Phone Lines damaged normal
Disaster information for hospitals not enough not enough
Information Dispatched from the hospitals not enough not enough
Patients concentrated to some hospitals yes yes
The Great Hanshin Earthquake and Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack are two disasters which are quite different from each other. However, same situation followed after the disasters, i.e. poor disaster information for the hospitals, poor disaster information from the hospitals, and concentration of patients to some hospitals. Note that information transmission is one of the key factors of successful management in various types of disasters.