Red Cross blood drive yields 28 pints | Top Story

BATAVIA — The Red Cross said Wednesday that it has 28 extra pints of blood thanks to a blood drive set up with the Batavia City School District Community Schools program.

“That included five Power Red donors — five people gave 10 units of blood. Every unit of blood can save up to three people’s lives. Every power red donor touches up to six lives and affects six recipients,” said Catherine Orr, account manager, donor recruitment for the Red Cross Western New York region.

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