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 Go Further: Lima Engine Highlights CPR Training to Save a Life in 2013

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LIMA, Ohio - Who knew that the Bee Gee’s Stayin’ Alive would turn into more than just a simple song that had everyone movin’ and groovin’ on the dance floor?

Decades after the group released the No. 1 hit, the song is being used by the American Heart Association as a way to assist anyone who might be in a situation of administering CPR. Recently, Lima Engine Plant (LEP) safety representatives heard a presentation from ERT Coordinator Mike Copeland and Bath Township Fire Chief Joe Kitchen on a new LEP campaign called “Save a Life 2013.”

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2/20/2013 6:00 AM