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Kewaunee Rescue giving the "gift of life"

A piece of equipment that can mean the difference between life and death has made its way into another Kewaunee organization.  Thanks to the Kewaunee Rescue Auxiliary, the Kewaunee County Historical Society now has an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for the History Center.  Joe Steiner of Kewaunee Rescue says the more the life-saving equipment can be publicly accessible, the better chance for someone to survive from cardiac arrest.  The donated AEDs found throughout the community are compatible with the ones by the rescue squads. 

 

 

Steiner estimates that the portable, life-saving devices cost anywhere from $800 -$1600 with about 15 to 20 AEDs stationed in the Kewaunee community.

 

 

 

Shown Joe Steiner (Left) of the Kewaunee Rescue Auxiliary presenting to Brian Huben
(Right), Historical Society Board Member.  (Photo contributed)

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