Trudy Sellers, left, Tammie Anderson, chair of the York Electric Cooperative's Operation Round Up board, and Matt Gilfillan, a volunteer Hickory Grove firefighter, gather in the Hickory Grove salon where Sellers had a heart attack in July. Gilfillan holds the automated external defibrillator he used to save Sellers' life.
Trudy Sellers, left, Tammie Anderson, chair of the York Electric Cooperative's Operation Round Up board, and Matt Gilfillan, a volunteer Hickory Grove firefighter, gather in the Hickory Grove salon where Sellers had a heart attack in July. Gilfillan holds the automated external defibrillator he used to save Sellers' life.
Trudy Sellers, left, Tammie Anderson, chair of the York Electric Cooperative's Operation Round Up board, and Matt Gilfillan, a volunteer Hickory Grove firefighter, gather in the Hickory Grove salon where Sellers had a heart attack in July. Gilfillan holds the automated external defibrillator he used to save Sellers' life.

Trip to the salon saves Hickory Grove woman's life -- with some help from Round Up program

August 04, 2007 12:54 AM

UPDATED August 04, 2007 01:02 AM

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