Allie Tabler, right, places a pad on a dummy, as she prepares to utilize a test automated external defibrillator (AED) device, under the guidance of Carrie De Leon, left, who is the executive director of Tri-County EMS. Tabler and her fellow Aransas Pass Public Safety Explorer Post 347 participants will attend training with the EMS agency throughout the month of March. Aransas Pass Progress
Participants with the Aransas Pass Public Safety Explorer Post 347 work through a medical call scenario where a patient has fallen in an upstairs bathroom and requires assistance in getting downstairs where a stretcher awaits him. The scene was set up with Tri-County EMS, Ingleside, as part of ongoing hands-on training to educate young adults about public safety careers. Aransas Pass Progress
Young Men and Women ‘Explore’ Public Safety Careers
Local teenagers and young adults learn to serve their communities and how to save lives through their participation with the Aransas Pass Public Safety Explorer Post 347.