Train and Automobile Collision Prompts Commuters to Invest in First Aid Kits

Recent Accident Urges Commuters to Purchase First Aid Kits for their Vehicles

Woodbridge, United States - March 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Three people were killed when two trains traveling in opposite directions struck a vehicle in Westbury, Long Island, Tuesday, February 26, 2019.

According to New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials, the vehicle’s driver attempted to get around the crossing gates when it was hit by a slow-moving eastbound train pulling out of the Westbury station. Another train, which was going westbound at full-speed, then crashed into the vehicle as well, derailing and hitting a platform. All three occupants of the car were killed. Seven train passengers were brought to hospitals with non-fatal injuries.

In such horrifying situations, it is essential to have a reliable first aid kit that contains enough provisions to support small to large-scale incidents. This life-saving pack should be readily available in one’s handbag or backpack to be easily retrieved at a moment’s notice.

“Accidents and injuries happen when you least expect it,” said Amanda Condry, Surviveware co-founder. “And when it does happen, you don’t want to be caught unprepared. That’s where we come in.”

Surviveware is known for providing high-quality first aid kits and safety gear designed for outdoorsy individuals and survival enthusiasts. The company’s preparedness gear product line is a favorite travel must-have for individuals who know to expect the unexpected. This is evident in a review shared by Clay, Surviveware's Amazon customer. "This is really well put together. Comes in a sealed waterproof foil pack. Then you open that, and you have the durable case. We love how it's labeled. Everyone (backpacking) saw my kit and felt like they no longer need to carry theirs."

Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit is ideal for individuals who are always on the go. This life-saving pack contains 100 medical supplies, including a wide array of bandages, medical-grade shears, adhesives, and cleansing wipes used for treating lacerations, scrapes, and contusions. The kit also has provisions for handling splinters, insect bites, and bruises. Surviveware’s first aid kit also has a separate CPR kit that can be hooked to a key ring.

Purchase your pack today and enjoy this exclusive 20% discount by using Surviveware’s Amazon discount coupon. This is a limited time offer so be sure to take advantage of this opportunity now.

Click here to buy your very own first aid kit.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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