Scientology Volunteer Ministers Provide Training to Fire Fighters and First Responders in Chihuahua, Mexico

| Chihuahua, Mexico 18 February 2012 |

Ayal Lindeman (center) training first responders on Scientology Volunteer Minister technology in Chihuahua, Mexico.

Chihuahua, Mexico—Scientology Volunteer Ministers team up with fire fighters and search and rescue specialists to provide training February 20-25.  Civil protection units and representatives of 16 local fire departments are participating in the program, organized by the 911 Fund.

“The program was organized to thank the people of Mexico who came to the aide of rescue workers at Ground Zero in New York after the 9/11 terrorist attacks,” says Ayal Lindeman, Scientology Volunteer Minister, emergency medical technician and nurse.

As part of the week-long program, Lindeman is providing seminars in emergency patient care and the training and organizing of volunteers.

The 911 Fund, established after the 2001 New York terrorist attacks, arranged the training and the donation of two 52-cubic-foot containers of ambulance and other emergency equipment valued at more than $100,000, now en route for use by first responders in Mexico.