Due to the recent mass shootings on El Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio Would you know what to do if caught in a situation of that magatitude?
We have some information that we all can use:
1. Determine if it is safe for you to proceed toward a victim to assist.
People nearby should first secure their own safety and ensure the police and paramedics have been called and alerted.
2. Identify if there are any nearby tools to assist you.
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Most Of The Dayton Shooting Victims Were Black. Here Are Their Stories.
1. Monica Brickhouse, 39
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This is Monica Storey Brickhouse.— Kristen Clarke (@KristenClarkeJD) August 5, 2019
Just 39, she was killed in the #DaytonOhioShooting. She was a mother and a native of Springfield, OH who ran an event planning business called Two Good Girls. She was out with friend Nicole Warren-Curtis who was also gunned down. #DaytonStrong pic.twitter.com/2BWqpFG2tg
2. Derrick R. Fudge, 57
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Derrick R. Fudge, 57.— 𝕻𝖍𝖔𝖊𝖇𝖊🌩🌩 (@brightPhoebee) August 5, 2019
Derrick was out with relatives when he was shot & killed. They were out enjoying themselves. He was a good man and loved his family dearly. pic.twitter.com/hTaKMhUV9R
3. Thomas J. McNichols, 253 of 6
4. Lois Oglesby, 27
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Lois Oglesby was 27 and leaves behind two children including a newborn. She worked at a day care and was in nursing school, excited about a career that drew on her love for children. #DaytonOHShooting https://t.co/wzjGNaOYNi pic.twitter.com/r4IzisXRIv— Jennifer Brett (@Jennifer__Brett) August 4, 2019
5. Saeed Saleh, 39
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The victims: Saheed Saleh remembered by Dayton Sudanese communityhttps://t.co/Q0gqBblnYd— WHIO-TV (@whiotv) August 5, 2019