Denver Putting At Least 1 Defibrillator In Every School With Help From Red Cross Program

The Republic

Denver Public Schools is installing 179 defibrillators this week as the system puts the cardiac arrest devices in every public school.

The Denver Post reports Friday that some schools will have up to four of the devices. They're being paid for by a program called Save a Life Denver, part of the American Red Cross Mile High Chapter.

 

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