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Onchan school to get public defib after 'black hole' concerns

Follows launch of new defibrillator map

Plans are in place to install a 24-hour access defibrillator at an Onchan primary school after concerns of a 'black hole'.

Onchan Commissioners say they've identified a gap in the north-west of the village which doesn't have a life-saving device.

As a result they're funding the installation of a new defibrillator on an outer wall at Ashley Hill Primary School.

Earlier this month Manx Care launched an online system which allows defibrillator owners to register their device as accessible to the public.

You can find out more HERE.

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