Facts To Help Save Someone’s Life

• Crawl out of a burning building, breathing as close as possible to the floor as you move. Toxic smoke rises while air remains more breathable nearest the floor.

• Do not pick up a person that has fainted, instead lift their feet above heart level and keep at it till they wake up to make the blood flow back in their head to deliver oxygen.

• If your vomit looks like coffee grounds you may have internal bleeding. Head straight to the hospital.

• Someone who is choking makes no noise. People who are choking for real are often so panicked they don’t even think to give the “I’m choking” sign, they just kind of sit there looking terrified. You have to recognize that and act. Coughing/gagging is a good sign, they can move air.