Defibrillators heading for Aussie schools

A three-year campaign to introduce defibrillators into sporting clubs around Australia is now headed for the nation’s schools.

The initiative - known as Project Defib - provides schools and sporting clubs with a grant to help purchase a defibrillator and provide training.
Anthony Cameron from the Red Cross says defibrillators can be life-saving wherever large groups of people gather.

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