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Warman High students learn basic life-saving CPR techniques

Warman Fire Rescue Lieutenant Lee Olfert demonstrates proper technique for applying pressure while performing CPR on an infant during a class at Warman High School on Thursday, December 13

Grade 10 students at Warman High School now know what to do if someone starts choking.

“It happens more often than you might think,” said Warman Fire Rescue (WFR) Lieutenant Lee Olfert. “Knowing how to do abdominal thrusts is a life skill that everyone should know.

“You hope you never have to use it, but you could very well find yourself in a situation where you have to act fast, and it’s important to know what to do.” Continue reading “Warman High students learn basic life-saving CPR techniques”

Traffic slowed to a crawl due to vehicle fire on Highway 11

Warman Fire Rescue worked to knock down a car fire Tuesday afternoon on Highway 11 south of Warman

Commuters northbound on Highway 11 had their trip home take a bit longer than usual thanks to a vehicle fire on Highway 11 south of Warman.

Warman Fire Rescue received the call at about 3:30 on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, that a car was ablaze on the shoulder of the northbound lanes across from the Richardson Pioneer elevator. Continue reading “Traffic slowed to a crawl due to vehicle fire on Highway 11”