Lifesaving training

Employees at Woodruff Electric in Forrest City have been receiving training in CPR, first aid and AED. Certified first aid instructor Gary Chapman, of Chapman Life Services, instructs linemen on how to properly perform lifesaving techniques on practice dummies. Chapman, right, watches as Woodruff Electric employee Joe Myers performs chest compressions on a test dummy. Photo by Caleb Talley

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