First aid video aims to educate children

North West Ambulance Service has produced a short video to educate children about what to do in an emergency.

North West Ambulance Service has produced a short video to educate children about what to do in an emergency.

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School children across the North West are to learn vital skills about what to do in the event of an emergency as North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) has produced a short film to educate them about what to expect if they ever need to call for an ambulance.

The short film, targeted at children of primary school age, follows seven-year-old Daisy as she finds her Grandad unconscious, showing as she bravely dials 999 and how this triggers a series of events which leads to her Grandad being taken to hospital.

The Trust’s mascot, Pandamedic, is featured in the film, explaining how emergency calls are handled in a way children can understand.

Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjPf9QH32PA.