New alliance will deliver an unprecedented level of AED resources and expertise to businesses, agencies, and community organizations across the U.S.
On November 2, 1999, at about 4:20 p.m. in Chicago O'Hare Airport, my wife, Ruth, and I were going to board a flight to Rome, Italy. We were using the moving sidewalk when I had a sudden cardiac arrest. Ruth stepped off the moving belt and I was thrown forward at the belt ending, technically dead.
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Sport's Cafe in Bridgeton, MO
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Fergus Falls, MN
February 21, 2015
SCAA members are diverse and include SCA survivors, individuals with ICDs, family and friends of survivors and ICD patients, first responders, healthcare and public safety professionals, industry representatives, government officials, and interested and concerned citizens.
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