Southminster given life-saving defibrillator

Southminster Parish Council chairman Brian Beale, Angela Weigh from East of England Co-operative Society, Dengie South First Responders, Trevor Hammond from East of England Ambulance Service and Southminster parish council clerk Bob Burnham.

Southminster Parish Council chairman Brian Beale, Angela Weigh from East of England Co-operative Society, Dengie South First Responders, Trevor Hammond from East of England Ambulance Service and Southminster parish council clerk Bob Burnham.

First published in News

A defibrillator has been given to a village for residents to help anyone who has a cardiac arrest.

The East of England Co-operative Society has given Southminster the device, which is housed outside the new toilets in the car park off the High Street.

A number of villagers have been shown how to use it.

In an emergency, the defibrillator can used to help a patient while they wait for paramedics to arrive.

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10:14am Mon 12 May 14

Grumpy36 says...

If this was donated by the co-op what does it have to do with the parish council?
If this was donated by the co-op what does it have to do with the parish council? Grumpy36
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