Quinn To Sign Law Requiring High Schools To Teach CPR, AED UseHigh school students across the state will soon learn how to perform CPR and other life-saving skills, under legislation Gov. Pat Quinn plans to sign on Thursday.
Law To Require Students To Learn CPR, Defibrillator UseThe legislation was prompted by the 2008 death of St. Charles High School student Lauren Laman during a drill team practice. Laman's parents say her life may have been saved if her teammates were properly trained to use an automatic external defibrillator, or AED.
Girl's Parents Seek Law Requiring High Schools To Teach AED UseMary Laman’s daughter, Lauren, died in February 2008, after she collapsed in the cafeteria at St. Charles North High School.
Metra Trains Getting Life-Saving Portable DefibrillatorsMetra Board Chairman Brad O’Halloran said the defibrillators will be installed on about 300 Metra train cars.

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