NEW EQUIPMENT... South Australian Ambulance Service volunteer Keith Lovelock with some  of the Curramulka CFS members he taught to use the station’s new defibrillator. Pictured are  Weylon Parsons, Neville Watters, Keith, brigade captain Shannon Phillips, Debbie Norgren, Ava Parsons, Indie Parsons and Heath Parsons. NEW EQUIPMENT... South Australian Ambulance Service volunteer Keith Lovelock with some of the Curramulka CFS members he taught to use the station’s new defibrillator. Pictured are Weylon Parsons, Neville Watters, Keith, brigade captain Shannon Phillips, Debbie Norgren, Ava Parsons, Indie Parsons and Heath Parsons.

Curramulka CFS buys defibrillator

THE Curramulka CFS truck has now been stocked with a defibrillator, thanks to the generosity of the local community.

Admin officer Debbie Norgren said the station has been fundraising for the past 12 months to purchase the potentially lifesaving equipment.

“We had a stand at the Curramulka Light Up night last year, we’ve gone around asking farmers for donations and had donation tins at the general store and pub,” she said.

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    Ferret Thursday, 26 October 2017 07:41

    How scary looking is the rabbit on that kids top!

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