Throughout this weekend, Hands for Life will be featured on local CBS stations in the greater metro area.
STAMFORD — A mere 15 minutes of your time can end up saving someone’s life, says Thomas Nero, a cardiologist at Stamford Hospital.
On Saturday, Aug. 25, the City of Stamford will be holding a community-wide initiative called Hands for Life Stamford 2012, at Chelsea Piers Connecticut, which will enable area residents to learn life-saving hands only CPR techniques.
Nero said teaching someone the hands-only CPR technique only takes 15 minutes.
Read the full article at The Stamford Times.
As an alternative to parking at Chelsea Piers in Stamford, additional parking is available off-site at Stamford High School parking lot off Hillandale Avenue and Saint Marys’ RC Church parking lot at 566 Elm Street.
Buses will run all day with to and from both venues every 10 to 15 minutes.
Hands for Life will be training people in hands-only CPR at Chelsea Piers CT on August 25th. Event organizers hope to make Stamford the “Heart Healthiest city in the United States” and break a world record in the process. Check out the interview with Anne Fountain, Kerri Hagan, and Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia on itsrelevant.com.