Disused communications devices solicited by United Hatzalah

June 30, 2016 16:28


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The first-aid and rescue organization United Hatzalah is asking the public to donate used Mirs communications devices for saving lives.

They are still needed by volunteer medics and paramedics who rush around the country on ambucycles to treat the sick and victims of accidents and trauma, as they are useful because they combine phones and walkie-talkie digital communications devices for groups.

A few years ago, Motorola stopped manufacturing Mirs devices and commissioned contractors to do it. But they are not producing enough. Anyone who has an old device that he no longer uses is invited to contract UH via http://www.mirs1221.com.

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