Henry Clay student Will Freeman sat with practice mannequins after he helped train another class of his fellow students in Hands-Only cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the theater at Henry Clay High School. Will said he was inspired to learn CPR and to train others when a young friend of his brother was saved by CPR at a birthday party. He hopes to train all 500 graduating seniors in Hands-Only CPR at Henry Clay.
Henry Clay student Will Freeman sat with practice mannequins after he helped train another class of his fellow students in Hands-Only cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the theater at Henry Clay High School. Will said he was inspired to learn CPR and to train others when a young friend of his brother was saved by CPR at a birthday party. He hopes to train all 500 graduating seniors in Hands-Only CPR at Henry Clay. Herald-Leader
Henry Clay student Will Freeman sat with practice mannequins after he helped train another class of his fellow students in Hands-Only cardiopulmonary resuscitation in the theater at Henry Clay High School. Will said he was inspired to learn CPR and to train others when a young friend of his brother was saved by CPR at a birthday party. He hopes to train all 500 graduating seniors in Hands-Only CPR at Henry Clay. Herald-Leader

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