CCAC Public Safety Institute holds immense CPR AED class for Montour School District

Article by: CCAC Public Relations

On Tuesday, April 26, The Community College of Allegheny County Public Safety Institute conducted one of the largest Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) classes ever held in the region. Instructors from several local emergency services and a hospital trained the entire Montour School District faculty and staff, totaling 260 individuals, were trained simultaneously in CPR/AED by more than 35 instructors from Robinson EMS, NorthWest EMS, Ingram EMS and Ohio Valley General Hospital. The event took place during a district in-service day at Montour High School Cafeteria, 223 Clever Rd, McKees Rocks, Pa., 15136.

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