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Eagle Scout Victims Help Others at Virginia Tech

Posted on 21 April 2007 by admin

Two Virginia Tech victims uses skills learned in Scouting to save lives during the tragedy that rocked their campus last week.

“Eagle Scout Kevin Sterne from Washington, Pa., applied a tourniquet on his own leg to slow the loss of blood from a bullet wound. Eagle Scout Trey Perkens administered first aid to several students who were shot.”

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