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Mobile medical unit in town for the weekend

Jesse Sheridan, a clinical resorces educator with the B.C. Mobile Medical Unit stationed in Penticton for the long weekend works with the mediman, a functional mannequin used as part of the unit
Jesse Sheridan, a clinical resorces educator with the B.C. Mobile Medical Unit stationed in Penticton for the long weekend works with the mediman, a functional mannequin used as part of the unit's training program on its various stops throughout the province. The mobile service is here to bolster the local medical resources as part of the additional coverage for the Boonstock festival.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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