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Marion man donates face shields to Heartland Regional Medical Center

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(MARION) -- Last weekend, News 3 interviewed Dav Glass, a man who made face shields with a laser cutter out of his garage.

Tuesday, he donated some of them to Heartland Regional Medical Center.

Glass, along with his friend Andrew Wilson, donated over 100 of the face covers.

They've also been delivered to local nursing homes, fire departments and food service workers.

Heartland employees say these donations are life-saving tools.

"Our face is the first thing that we have on the front line, so being able to have this is definitely a protection for us," said Heartland surgical assistant, Keisha Juarez.

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Maya Skinner

Maya Skinner is a Multimedia Journalist at News 3 WSIL. Maya joined the team in 2019 and graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2018 with a Bachelor’s in Communication with a focus in Mass Media.

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