Defibrillators donated to local communities

By Paul Evans   |   Content editor   |
Wednesday 3rd March 2021 4:49 pm
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Despite the Covid pandemic, Tenby and Saundersfoot First Responders are still busy responding to emergency calls on behalf of the Welsh Ambulance and have recently placed another two public-access defibrillators out into local communities

The first defib, which was donated by the Llanteglos Estate has been placed at the Wanderer’s Inn, Llanteg, and the other which was donated by Amroth and Stepaside Community Council, on the outside of Rose Villa (pictured) in Stepaside.

Tenby First Responder, Ben James said: “Please remember that if you need a defibrillator, the first thing you should do is ring 999 and ask for the Ambulance Service.

“They will then arrange assistance and direct you to your nearest defibrillator if required.”

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