The Clark County Fire Department unveiled its newest piece of life-saving equipment — a Zoll X Series Monitor/Defibrillator — made possible through a $32,479 grant from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation. This equipment is being assigned to Clark County Volunteer Fire Station 71 in Bunkerville, Nevada, and provides advanced life-support care when transporting patients in need of cardiac assistance. The portable equipment, which monitors heartbeats in real-time, is being assigned to the rescue unit at Station 71, which serves the town of Bunkerville, and provides mutual aid to the surrounding communities of Mesquite and Moapa Valley. Station 71 is the first rural fire station in Clark County to have this equipment. To date, Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation has granted more than $793,000 to first responder organizations across Nevada and $792,000 in Greater Las Vegas.