A defibrillator removed from the wall of a store in Jersey on safety grounds is set to be placed in a new location.
The life-saving device was removed from the side of the Co-op Locale store on Charing Cross, after a member of the public hit their arm on the case.
Local paramedic Gordon Hunt criticised the move, saying that moving the public access device would potentially put people's lives at risk.
Mark Cox, the Chief Operating Officer of Channel Islands Co-operative Society, praised Mr Hunt for raising the issue, saying 'common sense has prevailed'.
It is not yet clear where on the building the defibrillator will be placed on Charing Cross.
In a statement, the Parish of St Helier said care had to be taken in the placement of the devices.