CPR Training Being Offered Locally For Free

The Watts-Caney Volunteer Fire Department offered a first aid and CPR class to the public on Saturday, at no cost and is issuing a reminder to mark your calendar for next year. Fire Chief Tim Osborne says their job is to respond to emergencies and help save lives but it should also be their job to better equip their community with emergency skills.It is no surprise that in an emergency, time is limited. But in remote areas, speed can be even more difficult to achieve. Now first responders are passing on the basic life-saving skills to the public. Osborne says the training greatly increases the likelihood of a good outcome.

Source: MG News

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