Lenoir City — Teachers and students at Lenoir City High School are learning life-saving skills to keep someone from bleeding to death.
Priority ambulance trained teams Wednesday on how to recognize emergency or accident situations and to control bleeding using household items.
It is part of the national "Stop the Bleed: Save a Life" campaign that was started after the Sandy Hook massacre. Training takes 40 minutes.
Priority also donated two emergency bleeding control kits to each school in Loudon County.
National Stop the Bleed Day is March 31.
They are also doing training in Loudon High School and Greenback High School on Thursday. Saturday, teams will be at The Venue in Lenoir City from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.