24 Students EMT Training Course at B.A.R.H. April 15 1977
Students Complete EMT Training Course Jack R. Page, M.D., announced that 24 students nave successfully completed an emergency medical technician r(EMT) course ottered at BecWey Ap- Ipalachlan Regional Hospital (ARH-B). - The EMT course is an 82^hpur "program authorized by the state Department Department of Health, which trains ambulance providers and other interested persons to perform cardiopuhnonary resuscitation; resuscitation; to immobilize possible fractures or dislocations and to stop bleeding. Successfully completing the course were Roger L. Simmons, Deborah Stranded Auto Target Of Theft Kenneth Stone of Soak Creek reported $800 in valuables were stolen from his car in Amigo where it was stranded during the recent flooding, Calhoun. Con Hay Dotson, Joseph Griffith, Roy V. Coalson and Walter Lester, all of the Ghent Area Fire Department: Marie Alona Gibson of Williams Funeral Home; Ronald Vihcle Lambert of OH - balance Service, Clifford Lively Jr. Beecher E Ingles Jr. of J.O Lively Manufacturing: Joellen Jane Brooks, Billve C. Fox and Richard B Bowen Raleigh Ambulance Service; Mildred M. Shirley of Wyoming General Hospital; Debbie Lawhun of Jan Care Ambulance; Ambulance; Robert H. Hollklay and I. Hindson of ARE- B; Gary W X -KÂ«- nedy and Gary Marshall McKinney Affinity Coal Co.; Thomas M. White Keyser - Bryant Funeral Home; Tudar Jr. of Slab Fork Coal Co.; D. Lacas and William H. Kenney Imperial Colliery and Rhanda Diane Hunt of Professional Ambulance Service. Service.