From left, state employee David Wainwright gives identifying information to American Red Cross phlebotomist Chris Culpepper Wednesday, July 6, 2016 before beginning his blood donation in the NCDENR ground floor hearing room during a four hour Red Cross blood drive in the Archdale Building on the Legislative mall in Raleigh, NC. The usual summer shortage of blood donations has prompted the Red Cross to release an emergency call for more blood donations.
From left, state employee David Wainwright gives identifying information to American Red Cross phlebotomist Chris Culpepper Wednesday, July 6, 2016 before beginning his blood donation in the NCDENR ground floor hearing room during a four hour Red Cross blood drive in the Archdale Building on the Legislative mall in Raleigh, NC. The usual summer shortage of blood donations has prompted the Red Cross to release an emergency call for more blood donations. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, state employee David Wainwright gives identifying information to American Red Cross phlebotomist Chris Culpepper Wednesday, July 6, 2016 before beginning his blood donation in the NCDENR ground floor hearing room during a four hour Red Cross blood drive in the Archdale Building on the Legislative mall in Raleigh, NC. The usual summer shortage of blood donations has prompted the Red Cross to release an emergency call for more blood donations. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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