28 Mar 2016
Bunnings blunder hard to understand?
Widow criticises Bunnings’ no-defibrillator position
A woman whose husband died of a heart attack in a Bunnings store has slammed the company's stance to not have defibrillators in its stores.
Wellington woman Sharron Gilmore, whose husband Peter died of a heart attack aged 62 in Bunnings Naenae in 2005, made the comments after the company's management "put its foot down'' and forced its Dunedin staff to give the store's defibrillator to a community group.
Social club members from Bunnings Dunedin raised $1300 to buy the defibrillator about three years ago, after one of their colleagues died from a heart condition, but the company's management has since called for it to be removed.
A Bunnings staff member, who did not want to be named due to fear of disciplinary action, said Bunnings New Zealand manager Jacqui Coombes visited the Dunedin store on Wednesday.
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