In March of 2009, actress Natasha Richardson died tragically in a skiing accident. At the time, doctors said Richardson may have been saved had she gotten to a trauma center promptly. It took four hours to get Richardson to a hospital. To help you and your family in your travels in the event that you are wounded, I have compiled a map of many of the nation’s trauma centers. The list is by no means exhaustive, but if you’re travelling, say on a ski trip or for any other getaway, it always helps to be prepared. Take a look at the map, find the trauma centers near where you will be staying, and mark their locations and take down their phone numbers so you will be prepared if the worst should happen.
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