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Watch at Salford!
They were on hand today as pupils from Buile Hill Visual Arts
College were taught lifesaving CPR at Salford Fire Station.
With heart problems killing one out of three people, the course
was organised by Station Manager Dean Ogden working with Salford
Council. The course was delivered by Heartstart which is part
of the British Heart Foundation.
The 16 year olds were taught about the importance of heart
health before being taught how to do chest compressions and mouth
Station Manager Dean Ogden said: "It's great that the children
learn lifesaving skills inside our station, because the station
belongs to the community. This is a trial but we hope to
target every secondary school in Salford."