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Sirens for Life

The first annual Canadian Blood Services “Sirens For Life” blood donor drive was held at the Canadian Blood Services building on Wicklow Street in St. John’s Thursday, where first responders and emergency workers from various local organizations gave the gift of life. Among them was Her Majesty’s Penitentiary correctional officer V. Galloway.
The first annual Canadian Blood Services “Sirens For Life” blood donor drive was held at the Canadian Blood Services building on Wicklow Street in St. John’s Thursday, where first responders and emergency workers from various local organizations gave the gift of life. Among them was Her Majesty’s Penitentiary correctional officer V. Galloway. - Joe Gibbons

Emergency service workers in St. John’s are answering the call to help save more lives as part of this year’s Sirens for Life campaign, and Canadian Blood Services is asking local residents to also lend their arms by donating blood in support of their local emergency services teams. The need for blood is constant, and emergency service workers often see the need for blood firsthand. Just one person who is seriously injured in a car crash could need as many as 50 blood donations to help save their life.

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