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Section: General News - Shanghai has been busy beefing up security and anti-terrorism measures in the Metro network and inside the Expo site.
"Safety is the key to the success of Expo," Party Secretary Yu Zhengsheng said yesterday.
But it is thought that few residents have a clear idea of how they should react in emergency cases such as a crash, fire or terrorist attack.
"I don't know whether I should escape, stay motionless or follow which staff member in case of an emergency," said Xu Haiqing, a political advisor.
To solve the problem, the city should set up a team of volunteer safety guides trained to tell the public what to do in emergency …