The journalism world lost a rising star this weekend.
Mando Montaño was as smart as he was funny. I remember the two of us running around all over Tucson looking for a person whose name we forgot to get for a caption. While we never got it, we did come up with a running (and totally inappropriate) joke that keeps me laughing to this day. Mando was speeding through the industry and I’ll miss watching him kick ass.
Washington Post: Armando Montano, AP summer intern, dies in Mexico City at age 22
(Photo: Daniel Woolfolk/New York Times Institute)
Carsyn Jones, 5, of Gilbert, AZ, watches as Lynne Seabloom, of the Oceanside Fire Department, demonstrates hands-only CPR during Sidewalk CPR Day in Oceanside.
Paramedics taught people to sing the Bee Gees song “Staying Alive” to help keep a rhythm during chest compressions instead of counting.
That’s an especially useful technique for kids, said Brady Falk, 10, of Chandler, AZ.
“We’re not good at math and we don’t like to count,” he joked.
Read more on Patch: Staying Alive: Firefighters Teach CPR to Market Goers
(PHOTO: Daniel Woolfolk/Camp Pendleton Patch, June 7, 2012.)