Grant Helps Greeley Add 4 More Defibrillators

GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — A grant from Kaiser Permanente is allowing four more automatic external defibrillators to be placed in public buildings in Greeley.

The Heart Safe City Program has been working to add the devices in public buildings that get a high number of visitors.

Already, it has placed 12 defibrillators in city police cars. There are plans to eventually have a total of 33 automatic external defibrillators in the city’s public buildings.

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