INDIANA (WTHI) - A non-profit group has donated 90 defibrillators to Indiana State Police; a tool Troopers can use to save a life.
Last week, the group Bolt for the Heart gifted the devices. They'll help people suffering from cardiac arrest.
Since 2014, the group has donated 305 AED’s statewide.
State Troopers will keep the devices in their patrol cars.
Troopers will also place stickers on their patrol car windows showing who's equipped with the portable machines.
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