The officers and members of Norrisville Volunteer Fire Company would like to express our sincere gratitude to Plaza Ford and the Maryland Automobile Dealers Association for their generous donation to our company.
Ambulance 1092 visited Plaza Ford this morning to receive this donation. Plaza Ford and the Maryland Automobile Dealers Association presented a new Resusci Baby Complete CPR training device to the crew from Norrisville. This training device is a life-like baby mannequin used for CPR training. Devices such as this are important to the company as they allow for our members to receive proper training with life-like props. This enables our members to provide the high standard of care that we strive for on a daily basis. Thus, donations such as this not only benefit the fire company, but also our community members.
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Plaza Ford and the Maryland Automobile Dealers Association donated a Resusci Baby Complete CPR training device to Norrisville VFC of Pylesville, MD. The new device replaces an old one and will be used to continue CPR certification trainings for fire company personnel and community groups. In attendance were (L to R): Al Scrimger, Maryland Automobile Dealers Association; Tom Walls, Plaza Ford; Holly Testerman, President, Norrisville VFC; Jason Testerman, Captain, Norrisville VFC; and Charlie Walls, Plaza Ford.