CAFMA uses $17,000 grant to purchase two mechanical chest compressors

Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) Capt. Doug Niemynski and Fire Marshal Rick Chase with one of the agency’s new mechanical chest compression devices Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the Hall of Flame Museum in Phoenix. (Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority/Courtesy)

Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) Capt. Doug Niemynski and Fire Marshal Rick Chase with one of the agency’s new mechanical chest compression devices Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the Hall of Flame Museum in Phoenix. (Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority/Courtesy)

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