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by Michael Shine | July 9, 2018 at 5:00 a.m.

Delek: Delek U.S. El Dorado Refinery partnered with the El Dorado Fire Department to provide bleeding control kits for every school in the district on Friday morning at El Dorado High School. These kits include tourniquet, gauze, glove and instructions, according to the Stop the Bleed campaign stated by American College of Surgeons. Delek U.S. is providing financial backing for the kits and the fire department has several members certified to teach classes on the proper use of the equipment, which are offered to any district staff member. Pictured left to right, Director of Transportation and Student Services John Thompson, Deputy Chief Sean McCall, firefighter Bryce Giles, Lt. Morgan Jones, Delek Plant Manager Mark Page, Superintendent Jim Tucker, Capt. Chris Hayden and Chief Chad Mosby. Below, Delek U.S. El Dorado Refinery partnered with the El Dorado Fire Department to provide bleeding control kits for every school in the district on Friday morning at El Dorado High School. These kits include tourniquet, gauze, glove and instructions, according to the Stop the Bleed campaign stated by American College of Surgeons. Delek U.S. is providing financial backing for the kits and the fire department has several members certified to teach classes on the proper use of the equipment, which are offered to any district staff member. Delek Plant Manager Mark Page, left, presents the check to El Dorado School District Superintendent Jim Tucker.

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