Calif. Guard Alive Due To Officer's Medical Kit

By: Guest Author | Posted on: Dec 03, 2016

This article was originally published on emsworld.com, by Randi Rossmann . View the original article by clicking here.

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Automatic gunfire ripped into a 55-year-old armored car guard at a busy Windsor shopping center, knocking the man to the ground with three grievous wounds during a brazen daytime robbery.

Lying on the concrete sidewalk just outside of the Chase bank branch, the man had shoulder and forearm wounds. But most of the river of blood spreading over the concrete came from a 6-inch thigh gash and severed femoral artery. The man barely avoided a fourth wound when the bullet hit his holstered revolver, breaking the gun but missing the man's hip.

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