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Dialog practice for ESL: Calling 911 to report a medical emergency

Dialog practice for ESL: Calling 911 to report a medical emergency

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  • 1. Making a 911 Call for a Choking Victim
  • 2. 911. What is your emergency?
  • 3. What’s your full name?
  • 4. What’s your location? 5827 Schoolhouse Rd.
  • 5. What’s the nearest cross street?
  • 6. What’s your telephone number?
  • 7. Can the victim talk or cough?
  • 8. Do you know the Heimlich maneuver? (No)
  • 9. Okay. Stand behind the boy with your arms around his middle. Are you doing that? (Yes)
  • 10. Make a fist and put your other hand over it. Put your hands just below the victim’s ribcage.
  • 11. Thrust upward quickly. Do this five times.
  • 12. Did the obstruction come out?
  • 13. Great! Stay on the line. An ambulance should be there in a moment.

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