The moments after a shooting are critical. A gunshot victim hit in the upper arm or thigh can bleed out in two minutes.

Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia is enlisting neighborhood residents – most of them poor, Black and living in violent areas – in a program, called “Fighting Chance.”

The doctors and nurses conducting the training have plenty of experience, as the hospital treats at least 400 shooting victims a year.

Read more at JET.



 



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