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News Release
Legacy Emanuel Medical Center's Trauma Nurses Talk Tough hosts a discounted bike helmet sale on December 16 (Photo) - 12/06/17

What: Bicycle and multi-sport style helmets in a variety of colors for adults and children for $6.00. Volunteers available to fit and adjust helmets.

When: Saturday, December 16, 2017, 10 am -- 2 pm

Where: Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, 2801 N. Gantenbein, Portland, OR, 97227, Room 1075-1077

Who: Legacy Emanuel's Trauma Nurses Talk Tough program through a partnership with the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association

Why: Legacy Emanuel's Trauma Nurses Talk Tough program was formed to promote and educate the community on prevention to reduce risk and injury. The free and reduced bike helmet program is to help ensure that children and adults have access to helmets to reduce the chance of serious injury.

The Oregon Trial Lawyers Association has proudly partnered with Legacy Emanuel's Trauma Nurses Talk Tough since 2013, contributing $20,000 per year to provide free bike helmet fittings and low-cost bike helmets for community children in need. Nurses and trial lawyers both see too often, the devastation to families when a child is injured when not wearing a helmet.

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