VIDEO: Defibrillator donation in memory of Rugby teenager Joe Spooner

A defibrillator has been donated to Rugby and Northampton Athletics Club by Tracey and Stephen Spooner in memory of their son Joe, who died from a heart condition aged 15.

Tracey was keen to assist the club with a defibrillator as they wanted the club to benefit from having one on site.

Coaches at Rugby & Northampton Athletics Club received Cardiac training recently.''Pictured: Barbera Doidge (External Trainer, West Midlands Ambulance Service), together with Coaches  from the Club.

Coaches at Rugby & Northampton Athletics Club received Cardiac training recently.''Pictured: Barbera Doidge (External Trainer, West Midlands Ambulance Service), together with Coaches from the Club.

The defibrillator training will be carried out by the West Midlands Ambulance Service.

The Sudden Adult Death Trust (SADS) UK is urging government to make defibrillators mandatory in all schools to save lives. For more see sadsuk.org.