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It’s on agencies to provide opportunities for community members to learn the skills needed to potentially save the life of a stranger or loved one
The real role of EMS should be to train ourselves out of a job
Equipping citizens to put down the cell phone and save lives in an emergency
The number of people who died of overdoses in Denver public spaces more than tripled between 2018 and 2022, data shows
Increase in public deaths leaves individuals to consider carrying naloxone and businesses training employees on how to respond to overdoses
Twenty Norsemen football players and four coaches sat down in Bingham Township to become certified in CPR
40 rescuers in Cheshire County were recognized for their work in saving victims of sudden cardiac arrest
“I started doing what we learned,” said Giselle Torres, a student in an EMS class at the Careerline Tech Center
Aiden Carter called 911 and stayed with the injured driver until first responders arrived
A medical professional and a former boy scout applied pressure to Ralph Yarl’s wounds, checked his pulse and kept him company
The Erie County Sheriff’s Office chief medical officer, EMS providers and bystanders had a similarly quick response
Takeaways from a GSW response that quickly escalated into chaos
EMS leaders described Dr. Leonard Cobb as a giant, pioneer and luminary whose work “touched the lives of thousands worldwide”
“They rushed over,” said Anderson Township Fire Department member Curtis Yuskewich