A local man hopes his story of survival inspires people
to donate blood this week.
The BloodCenter of Wisconsin is hosting its annual
Blood Drive at the La Crosse Center through Thursday.
For Steve Brown.
drives like this are the reason he's still here.
Back in 2005.
he was hit head on in a car crash on Highway 16 in
Every bone above his lower jaw was broken.
he needed brain surgery twice.
and a few other surgeries to go with it.
There were four months after the accident he doesn't
Please come and donate.
You, as I said before, easily could save one or more
And I don't know who's blood I recieved, but I cannot
say how thankful I am that I got it, because I'm still
The La Crosse Fire Department says they see people
in need of blood everyday.
That's why they're joining in this week's push.
If we get the person there and they don't have the
blood supply, they aren't going to live very long.
When you give, it may be for yourself some day, that's
the big thing, that's why I give.
The drive picks up again tomorrow at noon at the La
Thursday they start at seven in the morning.
Walk ins are welcome.
or you can schedule an appointment on their website.