Ambulance service hopes new phone app will save lives

Defibrillators are becoming a common sight outside halls, shops and other buildings in our towns and villages. But would you know where one of these life-saving devices was, outside of where you live? That's a problem which the South Central Ambulance Service hopes to have solved. They've created a mobile phone app which will quickly guide you to the nearest defibrillator. As Kerry Swain reports - they believe the app will save lives.