Haryana Police Receive Medical Training To Provide Instant Help to Road Accident Victims

by Bidita Debnath on  September 13, 2015 at 2:07 AM General Health News
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Haryana Police, especially those posted in the traffic wing, are being specially trained at multi-specialty hospitals in order to help road accident victims in a more efficient way.
 Haryana Police Receive Medical Training To Provide Instant Help to Road Accident Victims
Haryana Police Receive Medical Training To Provide Instant Help to Road Accident Victims

Policemen are being trained on how they could provide instant help to road accident victims by using first aid.

A senior police officer said: "With traffic police being the first contact of road accident victims in many cases, this could prove to be a valuable exercise."

"This will help lower number of accidental deaths," the officer said.

Hospitals across Gurgaon such as Paras, Fortis, Columbia Asia and Medicity Medanta are supporting this initiative, and the program will continue through the month of September.

Source: IANS

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