A defibrillator is visible from the doorway at Merced City Hall on Thursday. The Merced Fire Department has set up five defibrillators around the city in hopes people will be ready to use them to help victims of a heart attack. They go along with a program the department started last year that uses an app to train users.
A defibrillator is visible from the doorway at Merced City Hall on Thursday. The Merced Fire Department has set up five defibrillators around the city in hopes people will be ready to use them to help victims of a heart attack. They go along with a program the department started last year that uses an app to train users. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
A defibrillator is visible from the doorway at Merced City Hall on Thursday. The Merced Fire Department has set up five defibrillators around the city in hopes people will be ready to use them to help victims of a heart attack. They go along with a program the department started last year that uses an app to train users. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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