Fla. defibrillator owners urged to register so their devices can be used
Recent law repealed privacy rules which prevented privately-owned defibrillators from being used in nearby cardiac arrests
By Naples Daily News Staff (Editorial)
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. — Collier County is first in line to maximize the potential of a new state law dealing with Naples defibrillators.
That is only fitting because the law had its genesis in Collier, thanks to the efforts of Florida Rep. Kathleen Passidomo and Florida Sen. Garrett Richter.
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