EVERY second counts when someone has a cardiac arrest, so knowing where to find a defibrillator can be the difference between life and death.

After the collapse of Danish footballer Christian Eriksen on Saturday's game, who is now recovering in hospital, heart attack survivors and charities are urging people to check where the nearest life-saving equipment is to them.

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The website HeartSafe shows a map of where the nearest automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are to them and if they are available 24/7 or only at specific times.

Available 24/7 for use in Oxfordshire:

  • University College Lodge, Porters Lodge, High Street, Oxford
  • Midcounties Co-Operative , 228-240 Banbury Road, Summertown
  • Hinkley Heights Golf Club, South Hinkley
  • John Mason School, Wootton Road, Abingdon
  • Simon Greenwood (On the wall outside Priority 6 Gym), Unit 10/10a, Radley Road Industrial Estate, Abingdon
  • Abingdon Lock, Abingdon
  • Sports Pavilion, Monahan way, Carterton
  • Thames Valley Police, Carterton Police Station, Burford Road, Carterton
  • Town Hall, 19 Alvescot Rd, Carterton
  • Telephone Kiosk (Silver Kiosk), Market Place/High Street, Chipping Norton
  •  Banbury RUFC, Bodicote Park, Oxford Road, Banbury
  • Co-op Pharmacy, 111 Main Road, Middleton Cheney, Banbury
  • A.R. Mills, 14 Main Road, Middleton Cheney, Banbury
  • Stratford Road, Drayton, Banbury
  • Village Hall, Shenington, Banbury
  • Hornton Methodist Church, Millers Ln, Banbury
  • Warmington Village Hall, Church Hill, Warmington
  • Mollington Village Hall, Chestnut Rd, Banbury
  • Little Milton Village Hall, Thame Road, Little Milton
  • Thames Valley Air Ambulance, Benson, Wallingford
  • Blewbury Village Hall, Heather Way, Blewbury, Didcot
  • Pavilion Recreation Ground, Chalk Hill, Aston Tirrold
  • 18B High St, Ardington, Wantage
  • Fitzwaryn School, Denchworth Road, Wantage