SES volunteers training with the Jaws of Life to lift a car off a patient. They have 30 minutes to get them out and into an ambulance. Image Credit: Kathy Parnaby.

SES TRAINING

Recently, SES volunteers participated in training exercises at Condobolin. Volunteers came from Condobolin, Parkes, Forbes, Cootamundra, Lake Cargelligo and Ku-Ring-Gai.

SES volunteers had to undertake a number of training exercises such as a simulation of rescuing a person from a car. They also used the Jaws of Life. Image Credit: Kathy Parnaby.

SES volunteers had to undertake a number of training exercises such as a simulation of rescuing a person from a car. They also used the Jaws of Life. Image Credit: Kathy Parnaby.

Last Updated: 12/05/2021By

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