By Ian Neligh
The chances of surviving a life-threatening event increase dramatically if someone nearby recognizes the emergency, calls for help and gives lifesaving care, according to Clear Creek EMS director Nicolena Johnson.
That’s why Clear Creek EMS wants to provide more CPR and community first-aid classes to groups in the county. Johnson said that, in an emergency, if no one can step up to assist, there’s only so much an ambulance crew can do.
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