More life-saving defibrillators will be installed in towns and villages across Cumbria.
Rotarians in the county have helped to raise over £65,000 which will now see an increase in the number of defibrillators installed in public places for anyone to use in an emergency.
Bridget Brice suffered a cardiac arrest and had her life saved by one of the devices.
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