The Red Cross Centre and the Blenheim i-Site has received two new defibrillators, or AEDs (automated external defibrillator).
Blenheim i-Site Operations Manager Amy Swain said people often ran to the i-Site for help.
“We're an information centre, so it makes sense that people rush here to ask us for help in an emergency,” Swain said.
“And a lot of international people come here for help too ... while they're not here at the moment, hopefully they will be eventually.”
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