Learning how to save a life: Lynnwood Fire Department teaches hands-on CPR

Lynnwood Fire Chief Scott Cockrum (left) shows Anthony Choo how to perform hands-on CPR Saturday at the Alderwood Mall. Cockrum, Lynnwood Firefighters, Lynnwood Fire Corps members and  Edmonds Community College ESL volunteers helped teach hands-on CPR to in variety of languages. (Photos by David Pan)
Lynnwood Fire Chief Scott Cockrum (left) shows Anthony Choo how to perform hands-on CPR Saturday at the Alderwood Mall. Cockrum, Lynnwood Firefighters, Lynnwood Fire Corps members and Edmonds Community College ESL volunteers helped teach hands-on CPR to in variety of languages. (Photos by David Pan)
Lynnwood Firefighter Kevin MIller (right) explains hands-on CPR to Katie Hoskins.
Lynnwood Firefighter Kevin MIller (right) explains hands-on CPR to Katie Hoskins.
Melissa Newstrand does compressions on a dummy.
Melissa Newstrand practices compressions on a dummy.
Edmonds Community College student Quynh Ngo explains hands-on CPR. Ngo speaks Vietnamese and was able to demostrate hands-on CPR to some Vietnamese residents.
Edmonds Community College student Quynh Ngo explains hands-on CPR. Ngo speaks Vietnamese and was able to demonstrate hands-on CPR to some Vietnamese residents.
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Nathan Choo and his father Wilson Choo listen as Lynnwood Fire Chief Scott Cockrum (left) talks about hands-on CPR.

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