WHFD Public Access AED / EMS / FIRE Boxes Featured On WJAR 10 News
By Chief Robert Peacock
October 24, 2021

WJAR Channel 10 News featured a story on the continuing joint effort by the Watch Hill Fire District, the Westerly Ambulance, the Rhode Island Department of Health, the Westerly Heart Safe Community Committee, and the Commander Roberts Foundation to promote the emergency equipment available in the five public access AED / EMS / FIRE boxes throughout Watch Hill.

These allow climate controlled secured storage and year round 911 public access twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week.

The link to the WJAR News is below.

The Public Access AED / EMS / FIRE Boxes are installed in public areas with high pedestrian traffic including;

The Watch Hill Fire District Public Bathrooms at 153 Bay Street
The Watch Hill Fire District Bay Street Parking Lot Booth at 75 Bay Street
The Watch Hill Fire District Larkin Road Parking Lot Booth at 5 Larkin Road
The Watch Hill Memorial Library at 2 Everett Avenue
The Lanphear Livery Complex at 1 Bay Street

Our sincere thanks and appreciation is extended to the Commander Roberts Foundation for their continued generous financial support!

We firmly believe that this 24/7 publicly accessible AED / EMS / FIRE equipment will save lives!

Hyperlinks: WJAR TV News Story Link