Life-saving advice

PUBLISHED: 11:01 05 July 2007 | UPDATED: 12:35 04 May 2010

NEW recruits to the life-saving emergency team, Magpas, were put through their paces by fire-fighters yesterday. The volunteer doctors and paramedics received critical fire, entrapment and height training at Huntingdon Fire Station. The course trains the

NEW recruits to the life-saving emergency team, Magpas, were put through their paces by fire-fighters yesterday.

The volunteer doctors and paramedics received critical fire, entrapment and height training at Huntingdon Fire Station.

The course trains the volunteers to give advanced life-saving treatment at the scenes of road accidents.


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