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  • #31
    Re: AED's in schools

    Hi Karen,
    It was not a drowning incident. If I remember correctly she was on a platform with a girlfriend waiting their turn to go off the diving board when she collapsed. The terrible details - and following comments were posted on these boards not all that long ago. I tried to find it for you, but I’m kind of rushed and couldn’t come up with it.

    If anybody reading this knows the thread it was on, by all means please let us know so we all can review it again. It was a tragedy, but contained important information that we all should remain aware of.

    Whoever finds it and posts the info - - thank you very much,


    • #32
      Re: AED's in schools

      You are looking for the trend on Sarah Friend. It is a very sad story indeed.

      Mary S.


      • #33
        Re: AED's in schools

        Thank you Mary,
        I should have known you’d come through on this.