BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) - Bloomington Attorney Ken Nunn has donated more than 400 trauma packs to the Bloomington Police Department and other area agencies.
Nunn donated 125 medical trauma packs to the Bloomington Police Department for officers to use in emergency situations.
Other law enforcement agencies received the trauma packs – a total of 425 were donated.
The donation allows each officer to carry a Patrol Trauma Pak on their person. The Patrol Trauma Pak contains a tourniquet, wound packing gauze and chest seals.
The Department’s Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) will also use the packs when they are called out, according to a release.
The Paks are currently being assembled and are expected to be delivered by mid-November. They will then be given to officers for immediate availability.
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