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Samuel Slater staff thanks Webster EMS

An automated external defibrillator, is a sophisticated yet easy to use device to help those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest.

Webster Emergency Medical Services (Webster EMS)  made Giving Tuesday a very special day for the Samuel Slater Experience museum with the donation of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator).
Chief Gary Milliard noted that “AEDs save a lot of lives.” 
The donated device is a LIFEPAK CR2 model, made my Physio Control. Milliard said he wanted to make sure the museum has a top-of-the-line model that is easy to use.
Webster EMS staff will train museum staff and volunteers on its use.
Thank you so much, Webster EMS. We’re thrilled to have this potentially life-saving device available for our visitors. 

– Signed by Samuel Slater Experience staff