(Newswire.net — April 26, 2017) Woodbridge, Virginia — Cities across the country are responding to the White House’s “Stop the Bleed” (http://www.bleedingcontrol.org/) campaign, which was enacted after the Sandy Hook shooting in December 2012. The campaign was enacted to teach citizens how to react not only to mass casualty incidents but also in everyday accidents at home, work or school. Bystanders are typically the first responders to a situation, thus it is crucial for everyday citizens to feel confident administering first aid, particularly in instances of severe bleeding. Paramedics average eight minutes to arrive at a scene, and one can die within five minutes of blood loss.
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