Shoreline Firefighter training Haitians to be Emergency Medical Technicians

Friday, June 22, 2012

Shoreline Firefighter Jodi Denney (center, in red) with EMPACT graduating class in Haiti
Photo courtesy Shoreline Fire

Shoreline Firefighter Jodi Denney spent went 11 days in Haiti recently with with Project EMPACT. She helped Shoreline Paramedic Eric Adman teach a group of Haitians to be Emergency Medical Technicians. She is seen here with the 26 graduates. Adman has made numerous trips to Haiti and pioneered the EMT instruction program. He starts fundraising again soon to return and start another medical responder class. 


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