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Helping the Hill County Sheriff's Office stop the bleeding


August 17, 2018

Havre Daily News/Derek Hann

Representatives of Hill County Sheriff Office, Northern Montana Hospital and the Hospital Auxiliary, Undersheriff Stan Martin, back from left; Chief Deputy Cory Matkin; Dale Herd, PA-C; and Sheriff Jamie Ross along with Auxiliary Treasurer Marlene Hannah, front from left, Secretary Irene Langlois, Vice President Pat Moyer and President LeAnn O'Reilly pose for a photograh with some of the Stop the Bleed kits the auxiliary purchased for the sheriff's office.

Northern Montana Hospital Auxiliary presented Hill County Sheriff's Office with 20 "Stop the Bleed" bleeding control kits Wednesday.

Supervisor for Volunteer Services Mim Tchida said they have raised money for the kits through fundraisers and the gift shop at the hospital, adding that the bleeding control kits are not only for the deputies.

The kits are emergency kits put together to help stop the bleeding of people who have suffered severe injury, Tchida said.

The hospital will be holding free classes for the public on how to use the kits as well as having them for sale in the hospita...

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