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BC Deputies Trained 1st Responders

October 14, 2013

This defibrillator is available when needed at the Valley City Senior Center.

Barnes County has agreed to pay about $1,024 to buy six new batteries and pads for defibrillators carried by Barnes County deputies.
Friday Barnes County Sheriff Randy McClaflin said he and all Barnes County deputies are trained as first responders and know how to use the medical devices carried in each squad car.
“It is a county standard, not a state standard,” McClaflin said.
Read more in Monday's Times-Record.

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