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EMS students train in real-life scenario

Thu, Sep 27th 2018 12:50 pm
Pictured are Emily Bane (Lockport), Mathew Gentzke (Starpoint), Connor Harasimowicz (Lewiston-Porter), Aalijah Hooks (Niagara Falls), Jenna Jay (North Tonawanda), Summer Kettle (Newfane), Xavier McJimsey (Lockport),  Rheannon Nasca (Lewiston-Porter), Julia Nashwinter (Lewiston-Porter),  Christian Riley (Niagara-Wheatfield) and teacher Sara McCartin.
Pictured are Emily Bane (Lockport), Mathew Gentzke (Starpoint), Connor Harasimowicz (Lewiston-Porter), Aalijah Hooks (Niagara Falls), Jenna Jay (North Tonawanda), Summer Kettle (Newfane), Xavier McJimsey (Lockport), Rheannon Nasca (Lewiston-Porter), Julia Nashwinter (Lewiston-Porter), Christian Riley (Niagara-Wheatfield) and teacher Sara McCartin.
The EMS students in Sara McCartin's class at the Niagara Career and Technical Education Center recently put their skills to the test by running a real-life scenario at the school. 
The students' role-played that a victim was found with multiple injuries and they were responding to the scene. The students treated and stabilize their patient who suffered from a head would, a knife wound to the stomach and a leg injury and then loaded him into an ambulance.
Thanks were extended to Rapids Volunteer Fire Co. for helping the students with their exercise. 

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