Virginia Yellow Dot Program Gives EMS Crews Key Medical Information

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What happens when first responders get to a disabled vehicle and find the driver unconscious?

A new program in Fairfax County, Virginia, will give EMS crews information that may save lives.

The Yellow Dot Program gives drivers stickers to place on their cars to signal to first responders that they can find key medical information inside the glove box.

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