Prosper EMS Program Wins Recognition

Participating for the first time in 2018, the Prosper EMS program was recognized by the American Heart Association at the Bronze level, the highest level available to first year participants in the Mission: Lifeline program, a campaign to increase awareness and skills for response to heart attacks. “We’re honored that the American Heart Association recognized those efforts,” said Fire Chief Stuart Blasingame.

 

COURTESY: Town of Prosper, Celso Martinez/Municipal Voice

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