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  • Durham police officer seeks to stop the bleeding

    Durham Police Officer Richard Armstrong explains how a tourniquet works. Since Armstrong joined the force, he has been advocating for the department to train and supply officers with tourniquets to help those they encounter when they are the first to arrive on a scene. In June the Police Department ordered 303 tourniquets for officers. Video by Virginia Bridges, vbridges@newsobserver.com

Durham Police Officer Richard Armstrong explains how a tourniquet works. Since Armstrong joined the force, he has been advocating for the department to train and supply officers with tourniquets to help those they encounter when they are the first to arrive on a scene. In June the Police Department ordered 303 tourniquets for officers. Video by Virginia Bridges, vbridges@newsobserver.com
Durham Police Officer Richard Armstrong explains how a tourniquet works. Since Armstrong joined the force, he has been advocating for the department to train and supply officers with tourniquets to help those they encounter when they are the first to arrive on a scene. In June the Police Department ordered 303 tourniquets for officers. Video by Virginia Bridges, vbridges@newsobserver.com

Durham officer lobbies to help the shot, stabbed and injured

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