On Tuesday, September 14, Snohomish County fire agencies, Snohomish County 911 and the Medic One Foundation will announce the launch of PulsePoint, a free mobile app designed to save lives. PulsePoint alerts community members to a sudden cardiac arrest nearby, empowering CPR-trained residents to take action before first responders arrive.

What

News conference announcing the launch of PulsePoint in Snohomish County. B-roll opportunities will be provided, including an app demonstration and hands-only CPR presentation.

Who

  • Kevin O’Brien, Fire Chief, Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue
  • Lowell Zenk, Cardiac Arrest Survivor
  • Julie Plitnik, Bystander CPR Rescuer
  • Shaughn Maxwell, Deputy Chief – EMS, South County Fire
  • Rich Llewellyn, Assistant Chief, Everett Fire Department
  • Kate Songhurst, Medical Services Officer, Marysville Fire District
  • Kim Martin, Executive Director, Medic One Foundation
  • Andie Burton, Director of Operations, Snohomish County 911

When

9 a.m. Tuesday, September 14

Where

Kasch Park, 8811 Airport Rd, Everett

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