No More Room This Week for Blood Drive Donations in Flagstaff

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Blood donations have poured in since the horrifying mass shooting in Las Vegas, and officials have announced that the two-day blood drive set for Wednesday and Thursday at the Northern Arizona University campus is full.

The number of people who are ready and willing to donate blood for the victims is outstanding, and the blood drive will not be able to accommodate new people wishing to donate.

Blood donation services across the region have reported high volumes of appointments and donations in the wake of Sunday’s terrifying shooting that left at least 59 people died and over 500 injured.

Flagstaff area residents who wish to donate blood will have another chance next Tuesday, October 10, at Coconino County Community College from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Go to to set up an appointment and make a difference.

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