A new national survey by Orlando Health finds the majority of Americans are not confident that they could provide life-saving aid following a violent mass attack. The survey found that although most Americans feel they could call 911 and about half could provide information to first responders, confidence drops when it comes to administering first aid (42%) or applying a tourniquet (41%).
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