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City of Duluth Chosen to Receive Award of Life-Saving CPR Equipment

Created: 01/23/2014 6:09 PM WDIO.com

The City of Duluth is receiving an award that will help save lives.

The city is one of five getting 500 hands-only CPR training kits. They're from the American Heart Association and a coalition of mayors called "Cities of Service."

City and school district leaders helped kick off a volunteer CPR program at Lincoln Park Middle School Thursday. They pledged to become trained and train their friends and family in the life-saving skill.

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