DACC campers get safety lessons


Students practiced chest compressions Thursday morning during the Delaware Area Career Center’s Summer Science and Technology Camp. From left to right are Matt Stover, Parker Britt and Haven Kirkendale. The students were part of the health technology course and learned how to do chest compressions, abdominal thrusts and other basic life-saving techniques during the four-day course. The students were from Phoenix Middle School, Olentangy Middle School and Big Walnut Middle School respectively.


Students practiced chest compressions Thursday morning during the Delaware Area Career Center’s Summer Science and Technology Camp. From left to right are Matt Stover, Parker Britt and Haven Kirkendale. The students were part of the health technology course and learned how to do chest compressions, abdominal thrusts and other basic life-saving techniques during the four-day course. The students were from Phoenix Middle School, Olentangy Middle School and Big Walnut Middle School respectively.

Students practiced chest compressions Thursday morning during the Delaware Area Career Center’s Summer Science and Technology Camp. From left to right are Matt Stover, Parker Britt and Haven Kirkendale. The students were part of the health technology course and learned how to do chest compressions, abdominal thrusts and other basic life-saving techniques during the four-day course. The students were from Phoenix Middle School, Olentangy Middle School and Big Walnut Middle School respectively.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_DSC_2270.jpgStudents practiced chest compressions Thursday morning during the Delaware Area Career Center’s Summer Science and Technology Camp. From left to right are Matt Stover, Parker Britt and Haven Kirkendale. The students were part of the health technology course and learned how to do chest compressions, abdominal thrusts and other basic life-saving techniques during the four-day course. The students were from Phoenix Middle School, Olentangy Middle School and Big Walnut Middle School respectively.
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