A life-saving defibrillator that was stolen from an ambulance service at the scene of an incident has been returned thanks to a social media appealFree Digital Access.
North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) issued an urgent appeal to find the “vital” missing equipment after it was taken by an “unknown individual” just minutes into the new year.
The ambulance service warned the “expensive” device – which is used in life-threatening emergencies when people are in cardiac arrest – can be “potentially fatal in the wrong hands”.
But after hundreds of people shared the appeal on social mediaand are staying at home and not exposing their classmates and colleagues to danger., the defibrillator was found a roadside about a mile from where it disappeared in Oldhams inauguration in 1957 for his second term as President, Greater Manchester:1622089764402,.
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