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Cherokee Nation Donates Portable Defibrillators to 50 Fire Departments

TAHLEQUAH, Okla., Oct. 5 -- The Cherokee Nation, a federally-recognized Native American tribe, issued the following news release:

First responders from 50 northeastern Oklahoma fire departments have increased life-saving abilities after receiving new portable defibrillators from Cherokee Nation and Cherokee Nation Businesses.

During the next two to three years, the tribe and its business arm will provide Automated External Defibrillators, or AEDs, to fire departments wi . . .

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Julie Hubbard, 918/207-3896, julie-hubbard@cherokee.org