Learning lifesaving maneuvers at Hennepin Tech

 

A Hennepin Technical College student breaks the windshield of a car during an emergency response demonstration at the college’s Brookl

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yn Park campus May 20. (Sun staff photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk)

 

 

 

 

Hennepin Technical College students strap a dummy to a stretcher during an emergency response demonstration at the college’s Brooklyn Park campus May 20. (Sun staff photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk) Minnesota State Trooper Bob O’Fallon demonstrates the damage that can occur in a vehicle rollover. The simulator shows how much safer an individual is when wearing their seatbelt as opposed to not wearing their seatbelt. (Sun staff photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk) Officer Tom Dunnwald (left) and Officer Russ Czapar field questions about the Brooklyn Park SWAT Team vehicle. It is employed typically more than a dozen times a year in response to a wide variety of situations because of its versatility and safety features. They respond to incidents both in Brooklyn Park and neighboring communities when mutual aid is requested. There are 23 individuals on the Brooklyn Park SWAT Team. (Sun staff photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk) Camden Mortinson, 5, of Ramsey, is in awe of the big firetruck on display at Hennepin Technical College during EMS Week. Camden says he wants to be a firefighter when he grows up. (Sun staff photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk)
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Officer Tom Dunnwald (left) and Officer Russ Czapar field questions about the Brooklyn Park SWAT Team vehicle. It is employed typically more than a dozen times a year in response to a wide variety of situations because of its versatility and safety features. They respond to incidents both in Brooklyn Park and neighboring communities when mutual aid is requested. There are 23 individuals on the Brooklyn Park SWAT Team. (Sun staff photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk)