WASHINGTON — They can’t tell us if they’re in pain. And it’s not like we can call 911 and have a paramedic show up if our pet is in distress. But a new local class is making it…
A local mother launched a foundation to help people learn CPR.
Shortly after 1 a.m. on Dec. 30, Montgomery County Police Officer Ben Crumlin was approached by a vehicle flashing its lights, honking its horn and traveling at a high rate of speed on Randolph Road, near Hammonton Place in Rockville, Md.
Any public school teacher in Virginia wanting to get or renew their license to teach must prove they\’ve been trained in emergency first aid and CPR.
A new method of CPR being implemented in the D.C.
area is already having an impact and saving more