City of Groton firefighters, Ledge Light to offer medical emergency training
The City of Groton Fire Department and the Ledge Light Health District Medical Reserve Corps will host a free program to teach skills needed by bystanders in medical emergencies to keep a person alive until professional help arrives.
The two programs on May 31 and June 13, both starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Groton Municipal Building, will include training in skills like calling 911, protecting injured people from further harm, stopping bleeding and providing comfort.
To register or for more information, call (860) 446-4128 or visit cityofgroton.recdesk.com.
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