The death of a Parkview High School basketball player who collapsed on the court last month has pushed the Little Rock School District to put automatic external defibrillators--or AEDs--in schools. Monday afternoon, Arkansas Specialty Orthopedics and St. Vincent Health System donated five defibrillators to the district--one for every public high school in Little Rock. Representatives from each school were on hand to accept the donation, including the athletic administrator at Parkview High School. The school lost student Antony Hobbs during a basketball game nearly two months ago. (John Kelly, Parkview Magnet High School) There's always a question or doubt in someone's mind, If we'd had these defibrillators at that time, would it have helped? And of course with this project we'll have them available. The ultimate goal is to get a defibrillator in every high school in Arkansas after the 2009 legislative session.