HOMESTEAD Pa. The Eat'n Park family restaurant chain says it is considering a systemwide rollout of potentially life-saving automatic external heart defibrillators, citing falling prices and positive test results. "That's my plan," Eat'n Park's director of safety and security Bill Moore said when asked if the 76-unit regional chain would deploy AEDs systemwide in 2008 after recent tests of the devices in three restaurants.Moore said falling prices are permitting the company to ...
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