More than 300 automated external defibrillators (AEDs) have been rolled out to police vehicles across New Zealand, RNZ reports. The life-saving devices can deliver an electric current to people suffering from heart failure, increasing their survival chances by up to 44%. The 368 new devices are additional to those already distributed in each district.
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