A safer community


Wilmington Fire Department firefighter and paramedic Jack Coates, left foreground, leads a basic CPR and abdominal thrust (for choking) course this week for about 10 General Denver employees. The participants also were made more familiar with the AED (automated external defibrillator) device. General Denver co-owner Molly Dullea said the more people who know how to do the emergency procedures, the safer the community will be.


Wilmington Fire Department firefighter and paramedic Jack Coates, left foreground, leads a basic CPR and abdominal thrust (for choking) course this week for about 10 General Denver employees. The participants also were made more familiar with the AED (automated external defibrillator) device. General Denver co-owner Molly Dullea said the more people who know how to do the emergency procedures, the safer the community will be.

Wilmington Fire Department firefighter and paramedic Jack Coates, left foreground, leads a basic CPR and abdominal thrust (for choking) course this week for about 10 General Denver employees. The participants also were made more familiar with the AED (automated external defibrillator) device. General Denver co-owner Molly Dullea said the more people who know how to do the emergency procedures, the safer the community will be.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_gen_denv_p_f.jpgWilmington Fire Department firefighter and paramedic Jack Coates, left foreground, leads a basic CPR and abdominal thrust (for choking) course this week for about 10 General Denver employees. The participants also were made more familiar with the AED (automated external defibrillator) device. General Denver co-owner Molly Dullea said the more people who know how to do the emergency procedures, the safer the community will be.
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