Several AEDs donated to local law enforcement
HAYWOOD COUNTY, Tenn. — Several groups say they came together to support public health and law enforcement.
According to a news release, Walbridge, United Rentals, P&J, and Master Medical Equipment donated a total of 12 AEDs to Haywood County law enforcement.
They say six went to the Brownsville Police Department and the other six went to the Haywood County Sheriff’s Office.
The AEDs are portable devices that deliver an electric shock to the heart of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest victim, the release says.
You can read the full news release here.
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