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McKinney Fire Department Launches 'Ready to React' Classes

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    McKinney Fire Department Launches 'Ready to React' Classes
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    The McKinney Fire Department will launch a potentially life-saving interactive educational program, called "Ready to React."

    The program teaches hands-only CPR and Stop the Bleed techniques in a free, one hour class.

    "It’s so important, because at any moment you can find yourself being a first responder," McKinney Fire Department Public Information Representative Merit Ossian said "You can be the first one to walk upon a situation where somebody needs help and if you have one of these two basic skills you’d be able to help that person possibly survive."

    The 60-minute course is taught by McKinney Firefighter Paramedics.

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    For more information visit HERE.

    To request a class, email mossian@mckinneytexas.org

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