Tough as Nailsworth: U.K. Fire Station Funds Community Defibrillator

Not the apparatus from the story. Photo via Google Images

The Nailsworth (U.K.) Fire Station has raised £1,000 (about $1,416.21) for a community access defibrillator, reports stroudnewsandjournal.co.uk.

The defibrillator, which is suitable for untrained users, can now be found at King George V playing fields. It delivers an electric shock to the heart that restores a normal heartbeat.

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