Just in case you haven’t cried enough the last two days…
McGill got up, and brought the man behind the car.
I think I got shot,” the man said.
McGill searched the man’s body and quickly found two bullet wounds — one in each arm.
“Don’t worry, I got you,” McGill said.
He knew he needed to stop the bleeding. He pulled off his lavender V-neck shirt and wrapped it around the arm of the weakening man slouched against him.
As the man continued to bleed, McGill removed the wounded man’s shirt and used it as a tourniquet on the second gunshot wound. But then. McGill realized that the man needed more help than he would be able to provide, so he helped to ready the man to run with him to the perimeter.