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Miranda Bothwell, PAD/Public Education Coordinator at Middlesex-London EMS, displays the proper technique in using a portable defibrillator.
Every year, 7,000 cardiac arrests occur in Ontario with the majority occurring in public places.
Whitney South rode along with Middlesex-London EMS recently to get a better understanding of what paramedics do on a daily — and nightly — basis.
A quick assessment sends the patient to University Hospital where the emergency bay is surprisingly deserted.
Mike Maloney rode along with the London Police Service for an evening shift to get a different perspective on the city.
“This isn’t Mayberry . . . it’s a big city with big city issues.”
Diana Krall performs on the RBC Theatre Stage at Budweiser Gardens on May 26.
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Muslim school which objected to girls on boys soccer team told to abide by rules
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Court upholds changes to Ontario endangered species rules
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