Volunteer life savers get training to tackle allergic reactions

Swift use of an epipen can stem the full effects of a life-threatening reaction

Swift use of an epipen can stem the full effects of a life-threatening reaction

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Volunteers lifesavers who are often the first on the scene in an emergency are getting extra training in the use of epipens.

Community first responders are a dedicated team trained with vital life saving skills and are often the first to arrive at an emergency.

An epipen is carried by someone who has a a severe allergy, so that it can be used to counteract a reaction.

 

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