Saving lives is on the schedule in Salzburg’s schools. In a new project, students learn how resuscitation works.
Loud music can be heard from the third grade of the middle school in Obertrum. Inside, students kneel on the floor. In front of them is a plastic head with a torso. Lukas repeatedly presses the plastic chest in front of him to the beat of the music. At some point he stops and lets out an audible puff: “It’s really exhausting, my wrists are already hurting.”
On Monday, the Kids Save Lives initiative from the Red Cross, the Red Cross Youth and the Salzburg University Hospital started in Salzburg. The starting field with …
Accessed on October 18, 2021 at 7:50 am on https://www.sn.at/salzburg/chronik/salzburger-schueler-retten-leben-die-bee-gees-haben-den-takt-vor-111061924