Medical Alert Button Saves 65-year-old Woman From Home Invasion

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Bay Alarm Medical Launches New Cellular Medical Alert Option

She was able to block the door with her wheelchair,” said Cpt. Steve Johnson, Chief Investigator with the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department. During the struggle, deputies say the victim actually managed to scare-off the would-be intruders. “According to the victim, once she hit that medical alert, the suspects saw that she actually activated it, and that’s when they stopped trying to get in and ran away,” said Cpt.
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AlertFon: the First Cell Phone with a Panic Button Launches on indiegogo

AlertFon, the emergency and medical alert cell phone Red Button on back of AlertFon is panic button  ...

For more information about the new service, visit About Bay Alarm Medical Bay Alarm Medical is an arm of Bay Alarm, one of the nation’s oldest alarm monitoring companies. The company offers high quality medical alert systems together with 24/7 monitoring by professionally trained emergency operators who contact family members, friends, neighbors and, if necessary, local 911 emergency services. The service is available across the U.S. For more information, visit their web site at Media Contact: Alan Wu, Bay Alarm Medical, 925-677-1406, News distributed by PR Newswire iReach: Professional Services By Thomas Ferraro and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Democratic-controlled U.S. Senate, in a historic and bitterly fought rule change, stripped Republicans on Thursday of their ability to block President Barack Obama’s judicial and executive branch nominees.
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The incident happened Wednesday evening in the 800 block of South Hydraulic. A 57-year-old man said a man and a woman knocked on his door. He recognized the woman and let them in. The 57-year-old man said he was pushed onto a couch and tased. The couple demanded he sell them lortabs, a pain medication. The 57-year-old hit his medical alert button, which contacts 911. The suspects left his home without taking anything.
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Wichita man uses medical alert button to stop assault

AlertFon , an innovative emergency and medical alert cell phone with 24/7 GPS monitoring service for emergencies and monitoring, just launched on indiegogo. . AlertFon, the emergency and medical alert cell phone Red Button on back of AlertFon is panic button Just push alert button in an emergency for immediate help. (Photo: Business Wire) AlertFon, manufactured by Monitored, Inc., boasts a unique, one-touch, alert button on the back of the phone the user can press for instant help. Once the button is pressed, AlertFon identifies the users GPS coordinates and immediately sends them to a trained operator at its 24/7 monitoring center. All operators are U.S.-based and have access to the medical history the user has shared in advance. Operators immediately identify the emergency, dispatch emergency services and/or contact the callers caregiver and, most uniquely, the operator stays on the line until help arrives. “Reducing emergency response time is priceless, and we are making the priceless affordable,” says Roey Urman, co-founder of AlertFon.
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Medic Alert Button Scares Off Robber

It happened Thursday morning around 9:00 at a home on Lassen Drive in Santa Barbara. An 89-year-old woman activated the Lifeline Medical Alert button she wears when a man forced his way into her home. The man ran off when he heard the sound from the alert button. The woman was not hurt. News Right NowNews More>>
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