Del Mar Firefighters to present community first aid class Aug. 8

Del Mar Firefighters will present “Staying Alive,” a first aid class open to the community, from 1 to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 8, in the Del Mar City Hall Annex, 235 11th St.

The event is co-sponsored by Del Mar Community Connections and the Del Mar Community Emergency Response Team, and is the initial presentation in a series of  “Staying Alive” classes.

Issues to be covered in the Aug. 8 class include treating burns, dressing and bandaging wounds; treating fractures, dislocations, back injuries, sprains and strains; applying splints to hands, arms and legs; treating hypothermia and heat exhaustion, and controlling nose bleeds.

To enroll call Del Mar Community Connections at 858 792-7565 or email

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