The City of Guelph will receive four new public difibrillators from the Heart and Stroke Foundation councillors announced at a meeting Monday.
Some quick-thinking members of a local hockey league helped save a teammate, Guelph Police SSGT. David Miller, who suffered cardiac arrest while playing hockey at the West End Arena Jan. 9. Miller is recovering in hospital.
Use of one of the arena's difibrillators likely helped save Miller's life, Guelph Fire chief Shawn Armstrong told councillors Jan. 27.
One of the difibrillators will be installed in Market Square. It is not yet known where the rest will be placed.