RCC EMT students get gory for Halloween

On October 31, students of Rappahannock Community College’s Emergency Medical Technician program applied cosmetics simulating assorted cuts and gashes as part of a lab session about the emergency treatment of face, neck, head, and spinal injuries.

Sierra Cannon of Middlesex County is pictured lying on the stretcher. Standing, left to right, are Nicholas Yarkey, Gloucester County; Kendi Kenyon, Mathews County; lab instructor Jennifer Foster; Emonya Darby, Richmond County; EMT program head Ellen Vest; Kimberly Marrin-Fountain, Middlesex County; Victoria Mason, King George County; Laura Stephan, Hampton; Abigail Hylton, Essex County; and Ali Sydnor, Westmoreland County.

Sierra Cannon of Middlesex County is pictured lying on the stretcher. Standing, left to right, are Nicholas Yarkey, Gloucester County; Kendi Kenyon, Mathews County; lab instructor Jennifer Foster; Emonya Darby, Richmond County; EMT program head Ellen Vest; Kimberly Marrin-Fountain, Middlesex County; Victoria Mason, King George County; Laura Stephan, Hampton; Abigail Hylton, Essex County; and Ali Sydnor, Westmoreland County.