500 Trained for Rapid Responds in M1 Road Accidents

Over 500 people living along the M1 road have been trained to provide first aid to victims of road accidents to save their lives.

Spokesperson for the ministry of health, Joshua Malango, told our reporter Chikondi Mphande this morning that this is meant to help save lives in times of road accidents.

The first aid providers will also be responsible for protection of property of accidents victims since some people take advantage to steal in such circumstances.

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