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LCCC students complete EMT training


February 19. 2013 4:59PM
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Students in the Luzerne County Community College Emergency Medical Technician Program recently completed their coursework. The students participated in a 140-hour lecture and practical lab class that taught basic life support skills. The students are eligible to take the Pennsylvania State Emergency Medical Technician Exam upon completion of the course. Participants, from left, first row: Seth Hoch, Espy; Donny Kondraski, Wilkes-Barre; Jeffrey Kioske, Lehman; and Jonathan Broadt, Bloomsburg. Second row: Lisa Sheckler, EMS assistant, LCCC; Christopher Keats, class coordinator, EMS, LCCC; Anthony Dobranski, Ashley; Mark P. Rutkowski, Old Forge; Gary H. Eble, instructor, EMS, LCCC; and Mark Ercolani, director, EMS, LCCC.




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