A locally produced video will train EMTs and paramedics how to deal with potential Ebola patients. As part of the video, firefighter Eric Nelson, second from left, safely doffs his protective suit while his gloved hands are sprayed with a light bleach solution.
LOADED WITH LEAD, PT. 3: At the Vancouver (Wash.) Rifle and Pistol Club, youngsters' alarming lead tests in 2010 prompted the club to upgrade the range and work with the Clark County Public Health director.
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