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CPR mannequins donated

May 4, 2013
The Times Observer

Jones Chevrolet, the National Automobile Dealer's Charitable Foundation, and the Pennsylvania Automobile Association (PAA) donated four cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) units to the Community Resources for Independence (CRI). The CRI holds ongoing training on what to do when a person needs CPR, and the mannequins are essential to teach how to keep a heart beating and lungs breathing while waiting for professional help. The units give signals when the trainee is applying the right pressure in the right spot and breathing correctly into the "victim's" mouth.

 
 

 

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