Give Blood for Metrolink Victims

Posted by Fix Expo Team On September - 15 - 2008 ADD COMMENTS

By now most have heard of Friday’s terrible tragedy that occurred in Chatsworth, near the Ventura County border, as a Metrolink and freight train collided head-on. At last count 25 individuals have passed, over 60 remain in critical condition, and dozens more are wounded.

The large number of injuries has resulted in a call for healthy blood donors. For those that can give blood, please contact the UCLA Blood and Platelet Center, which is open Monday through Friday. To make an appointment call (310) 794 – 7217 extension 2.

Please keep the families and the victims in your prayers.

Damien Goodmon
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