We’ve told you about a training course known as “stop the bleed” designed to teach you how to stop severe bleeding in the moments after a traumatic injury. It’s training that first responders say could save someone’s life while you’re waiting for professional medical help. It takes 3-5 minutes to die from blood loss, while the average EMS response time is 7-10 minutes. The program gets national exposure on Thursday, which has been designated as National Stop the Bleed Day. You’re encouraged to go online to learn more about the class and where you can take it. Visit www.nationalstopthebleedday.org. Lake Regional will be holding another round of the training June 18th.