Local bank gives Mass. PD its first ever AED

Charlton Police Chief James Pervier says Savers Bank has been a generous community partner to his department and other town organizations


By Debbie LaPlaca
Worcester Telegram & Gazette

CHARLTON, Mass. — First responders from the Charlton Police Department are equipped with a new portable device that can save the lives of victims struck by sudden cardiac arrest.

The department's first Automated External Defibrillator was recently donated by the Charlton branch of Savers Bank.

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