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The class works to build a stretcher out of things they might have on a hike or in the trunk of their cars: walking sticks, T-shirts, and a yoga mat. Photos by Suzanne Guldimann/Surfside News
Wilderness and Remote First Aid instructor Erin Huey, an Army veteran and EMT with 32 years of teaching experience, led the Saturday, June 29 class at Malibu City Hall.
“Rescuer” Scott Dietrich uses a baseball cap and a belt to stabilize “victim” Bourke Armour’s head.
Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter
7:01 am PDT July 1, 2019
In a community with miles of beaches, mountain trails, and remote and dangerous canyon roads, wilderness first aid can be a literal lifesaver.