Over 200 scouts trained in emergency medical care

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A team of medical officers and para medic officers from Americans have trained more than 200 scouts in the country in emergency response at the scenes of tragic accidents.

The US team led by a seasoned emergency medical technician Mr Randy Boldt staged a mock accident rescue mission at the Nakuru Level Five Hospital yesterday to impact the skills to some of the scouts yesterday.

Mr Boldt said that Kenya should emulate the US by training the citizens on emergency rescue team as they are the first to arrive at the scene of accidents.

He said Kenyans need to prioritize the training and create awareness among the citizens on the need to acquire such skills.

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