Students who recently successfully completed their Alaska Emergency Medical Technician II practical test are, front row, from left, Chelsea Marsh, Chessie MacRae and Emily Larson and in back row from left, Aleks Kay, Ryon Turley, Jake Kemnitz and Justin Norton.-Photo provided

Students who recently successfully completed their Alaska Emergency Medical Technician II practical test are, front row, from left, Chelsea Marsh, Chessie MacRae and Emily Larson and in back row from left, Aleks Kay, Ryon Turley, Jake Kemnitz and Justin Norton.-Photo provided

Seven complete EMT test

Seven students successfully completed their Alaska Emergency Medical Technician II practical test on Oct. 24. The students were in a class jointly held by Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Services and the Homer Volunteer Fire Department and taught by Kate Andrews and Terry Kadel. 

After more than 70 hours of instruction, skills check-offs and test, the community volunteers will have all of their paperwork submitted to the Alaska Office of Emegency and Medical Services for certification. 

Completing the class were Chelsea Marsh, Jake Kemnitz and Justin Norton of Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Services and Emily Larson, Chessie MacRae and Aleks Kay of HVFD.

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