Communities around the UK are installing lifesaving Defibrillators and heated boxes for people to use in an emergency situation, these really are lifesaving tools to use.
- Living in a village will take on average 5 to 10 minutes for a Community First Responder to reach you and administer lifesaving skills
- Living in a village will take on average 8 to 12 minutes for a crewed Ambulance to reach you and administer lifesaving skills
Heart attacks in the United Kingdom claim 32,000 lives each year and that number is growing:
- 17,254 are Men
- 5,836 are Women
In Ryton we are fortunate to be covered by the Bubbenhall First Responders, dealing with life-threatening, emergency, medical calls within our community. They provide vital ‘first-person-on-scene’ assistance to people who are ill or injured prior to the arrival of the ambulance crew.
Please help us to save a life, by raising £2000 to get lifesaving equipment that will save a life. It could be your family member or a friend that will need your help whilst waiting for the emergency services, you will make a difference. Please help us raise the money for our own life saving Defibrillator and heated box
Contact David Sage to make a donation by email or tel: 07850 415 904.