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- This carry requires two people and can be used for any person who is conscious and not seriously injured.
- Put one arm behind the person’s thighs and the other across the person’s back.
- Interlock your arms with those of a second responder behind the person’s legs and across his or her back.
- Lift the person in the “seat” formed by the responders’ arms. Responders should coordinate their movement so they walk together.
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