With new defibrillators, Chinook residents can feel safer


Call it the Olympic discount.

Gary Anderson got it when his Chinook nonprofit corporation, Blaine I Inc., purchased two automated external defibrillators for use in medical emergencies.

The defibrillators mechanisms used to electrically shock the heart muscle of people in cardiac arrest would have cost a little less than $9,000.

But Anderson hooked up with a Bozeman salesman who had some defibrillators that were used at the recent Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, as well as a Special Olympics event.

Though the equipment was barely used, the salesman knocked nearly $1,900 off the price. An...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2020

Rendered 08/04/2020 22:46