Yosemite High School student Ariajh Hicks, 16, left, learns the proper technique for chest compressions from Riggs Ambulance Service EMT Bryanna Turner, 19, of Merced, right, during the 2015 Merced County Office of Education’s annual Career Industry Day at the Merced County fairgrounds in Merced, Calif.
Yosemite High School student Ariajh Hicks, 16, left, learns the proper technique for chest compressions from Riggs Ambulance Service EMT Bryanna Turner, 19, of Merced, right, during the 2015 Merced County Office of Education’s annual Career Industry Day at the Merced County fairgrounds in Merced, Calif. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
Yosemite High School student Ariajh Hicks, 16, left, learns the proper technique for chest compressions from Riggs Ambulance Service EMT Bryanna Turner, 19, of Merced, right, during the 2015 Merced County Office of Education’s annual Career Industry Day at the Merced County fairgrounds in Merced, Calif. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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