Indiana State Police get 90 Defibrillators donated on Bolt For The Heart Day

(Photo Supplied/ Indiana State Police)

The Bolt For The Heart foundation continues to deliver on the promise to equip Indiana State Police patrol vehicles with lifesaving Automatic External Defibrillators with the gift of 90 additional AED’s.  This brings the total number of AEDs donated to the state police to 305 since the first donation was made in 2014.

At the presentation event, held at the State Fairgrounds’ Indiana Farm Bureau Building, Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter thanked Pierre Twer, the President and founder of the foundation, for his consistent support and dedication to put lifesaving AED devices in state police patrol cars.

Pierre was also presented with a Proclamation from Gov. Eric Holcomb which proclaimed February 13, 2018 as “Bolt For The Heart Day”.

The President of IU Health, Jon Goble also spoke and made a special presentation to Good Samaritan Bill Schiles and Carmel Police Officer Richard Lovitt, who shared their story of how they used CPR and an AED to save a person’s life.