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CSU students tested in crash simulation

07.06.2018, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

CSU students tested in crash simulation SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON
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SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Leah Reid during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: Charles Sturt University first year paramedic student and ‘patient’ Brooke Milford during a car accident simulation at the university on Tuesday. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

SIMULATION: A car accident simulation for Charles Sturt University paramedic students was held on Tuesday, with help from NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Police Rescue and NSW Ambulance Service. Photo: NADINE MORTON

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