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PUBLIC ACCESS Defibrillators in Bunwell

 

Bunwell Parish Council, with generous support from the British Heart Foundation, Waitrose, SNC and donations, has purchased four defibrillators for use in Bunwell and the surrounding area. 

 

 

The Defibrillators are known to Ambulance Dispatch and in the event of an emergency dial 999

You will need to unlock the cabinet in which
they are stored using the codes given to you

by the Emergency Services

Each defibrillator can be used on either an adult or a child and will talk you through the way to use it once it has been turned on.  They are ‘fail-safe’ as they analyse the patient’s condition before administering the required shock.

You must contact the ambulance service (who will then despatch an ambulance and provide support to you as you use the defibrillator) before or when you collect one.

The defibrillators are installed:

 

1. Outside Headteacher’s’ office at Bunwell Primary School on the Old Turnpike.

2. Outside Office at Carleton Rode Primary School opposite the Church.

3. In the Telephone Kiosk on Bunwell Street opposite the shop.

 

4. In the Telephone Kiosk on The Turnpike in the layby approx. 400 yards from the Village Hall.

 

All defibrillators are registered as part of a network known to the emergency services. 

 

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