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Defibrillator back in place at SuperValu

A defibrillator has been returned to its rightful place in casing on the wall outside SuperValu on Castle Street in Bray, after the casing was vandalised.

The incident occurred the Sunday before last, and the defibrillator was moved indoors to the customer service desk at the supermarket, while a replacement door was sent out to Bray Community First Responders.

The damage to the casing door was discovered on the morning of Monday, January 27.

Bray CFR suppliers EireMed, based in Cork, agreed to replace the damaged door free of charge. They quickly shipped the item and the life-saving device was returned to the wall last Friday.

Bray CFR encourage anyone to attend their open evening this week to learn CPR and how to use an AED. The event will take place on Thursday, February 6, from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Taylor Centre, Sunbeam House, Vevay Road.

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