Chino Valley Fire District firefighter-paramedic Ryan Pourhassanian, right, presented an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to Super Chili Burger owners Nick and Jimmy Alexandris Tuesday morning. The restaurant is located on the northwest corner of Riverside Drive and Magnolia Avenue in Chino. Mr. Pourhassanian is the leader of the fire district’s Heart Safe-Bleed Safe Community program. An AED is used to help people suffering from cardiac arrest. On Monday, members of the Chino Valley Fire Foundation visited 36 Chino Valley Unified school sites and administration locations to donate trauma kits for students and staff, Mr. Pourhassanian said. The kits, which cost $75 each, contain trauma shears, protective gloves, a tourniquet, a children’s sized tourniquet, pressure dressing, an emergency blanket and compressed gauze. 


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