Los Angeles suffers nuclear attack: Emergency Joint Session of Congress held
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According to the metrics, the final casualty toll from the single nuclear device that went off is approximated to be roughly 350,000 killed and at least 800,000 people injured—an estimated 1.15 million casualties and rising. To put that number in perspective, this is more than two and a half times the casualty rate the U.S. military suffered during World War II. It’s a stunning number, and it has plunged the United States into a dark new chapter in its history—beyond anything that we as Americans have experienced before. The United States will be forced to enter into an intense period of fear, depression, and self-introspection in the months and years following the attack.