Fruita High School students learn CPR to disco tune

Fruita Monument High School sophomores Meredith Soychak, 15, left, and Kaila Kerstetter, also 15, practice their new-found skill of chest compressions as instructor Fidel Garcia dances in the background to the “Saturday Night Fever” theme song during a P.U.L.S.E. class in saving lives Wednesday.



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Fruita Monument High School sophomores Meredith Soychak, 15, left, and Kaila Kerstetter, also 15, practice their new-found skill of chest compressions as instructor Fidel Garcia dances in the background to the “Saturday Night Fever” theme song during a P.U.L.S.E. class in saving lives Wednesday.

Remember this: It’s important to keep a rhythm of 103 beats per minute when attempting to restart the heart using cardiopulmonary resuscitation. “But, that’s kind of…




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