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Monday, October 23, 2017
press photos by lou wheelandTaking part in the Cetronia Ambulance Corps Junior EMS camp are (center) South Whitehall Police Sgt. Steve Brown and Officer Jason Grozier. (front) Lucas Lee, Rhea Malhotra, Trey Watters, Tanya Mehta, Anam Ali; (middle) Bruce Hucaluk, Kathryn Hucaluk, Brown, Grozier, Liam Damitz, Michael Roca, Taylor Gordon, Elena Rosano; (back) Emily Walsh, Aidan McCardle, Dylan Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography press photos by lou wheelandTaking part in the Cetronia Ambulance Corps Junior EMS camp are (center) South Whitehall Police Sgt. Steve Brown and Officer Jason Grozier. (front) Lucas Lee, Rhea Malhotra, Trey Watters, Tanya Mehta, Anam Ali; (middle) Bruce Hucaluk, Kathryn Hucaluk, Brown, Grozier, Liam Damitz, Michael Roca, Taylor Gordon, Elena Rosano; (back) Emily Walsh, Aidan McCardle, Dylan Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Tanya Mehta learns chest compressions used in CPR. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Tanya Mehta learns chest compressions used in CPR. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Trey Watters takes his turn at CPR chest compressions. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Trey Watters takes his turn at CPR chest compressions. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Brecken Barnhart practices mouth-to-mouth resuscitation using a specialized mouthpiece to assure air flow to the victim’s lungs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Brecken Barnhart practices mouth-to-mouth resuscitation using a specialized mouthpiece to assure air flow to the victim’s lungs. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Cetronia Ambulance Corps EMS Instructor Lynn Nagle guides students in performing CPR. Anam Ali is the student participating. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Cetronia Ambulance Corps EMS Instructor Lynn Nagle guides students in performing CPR. Anam Ali is the student participating. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography

Students are hands-on at Junior EMS Camp

Thursday, September 28, 2017 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

Cetronia Ambulance Corps recently offered a Junior EMS Camp at it headquarters, 4300 Broadway, South Whitehall. A total of 24 youth, ages 12 to 15, were introduced to the different challenges of modern emergency medical services as well as what first responders do. Each day of the five-day camp provided a different learning experience and hands-on training.