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Pine Belt donates over 300 units of blood in WDAM Blood Bowl

Over 300 units of blood were donated in the WDAM Blood Bowl Bash. Photo Source: WDAM Over 300 units of blood were donated in the WDAM Blood Bowl Bash. Photo Source: WDAM
PINE BELT (WDAM) -

WDAM 7 News teamed up with United Blood Services for their annual Blood Bowl Bash this week. 

According to Beverly Clark with United Blood Services, citizens of the Pine Belt donated a total of 337 units of blood. 

Here is a breakdown by town: 

  • Laurel: 98 units
  • Hattiesburg: 79 units
  • Waynesboro: 53 units
  • Columbia: 46 units
  • Collins: 34 units
  • Wiggins: 29 units.  

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