Charlie Walls, of Plaza Ford in Bel Air, will present the Level Volunteer Fire Company with several mannequins used to teach CPR, according to a press release.
Having the mannequins will enable volunteers to provide "higher quality CPR to the community in an emergency," Level Ambulance Captain Sandra Gallion said.
“It will also allow us to train lay people in the community," Gallion continued. "Teaching the community how to perform this high quality of CPR will give a patient less down time with no circulation, creating a higher chance of survival rate."
The donation presentation will take place at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 5, in the firehouse at 3633 Level Rd.