After Hurricane Irene, the Red Cross hosts a blood drive today


The only considerable point is that more fitting would be, if vampires were hosting a blood drive. But we will take the mummies, too.

Running low on blood after Hurricane Irene, the Red Cross organized a blood drive today in conjunction with the mummies of the Franklin Institute Fair.

“Along the east coast of the Red Cross almost 1,500 units of blood is short, because 60 blood drives have been through the storm, with more to be canceled canceled today,” said a statement from the Franklin American Red Cross. Head 3 today and if you’re one of the first 50 blood donors, you will receive free tickets for the show mummy exhibit.

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