Royals super fan Jimmy Faseler was told after being shot that he has more of other people's blood than his own. A little more than a year after he interrupted a burglary in progress, Faseler got to meet some of the blood donors who helped save his life. The Community Blood Center is holding a blood drive on May 11 at locations across the city in Faseler's honor. kmyers@kcstar.com
Royals super fan Jimmy Faseler was told after being shot that he has more of other people's blood than his own. A little more than a year after he interrupted a burglary in progress, Faseler got to meet some of the blood donors who helped save his life. The Community Blood Center is holding a blood drive on May 11 at locations across the city in Faseler's honor. kmyers@kcstar.com
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May 10, 2016 9:45 AM

Royals fan who survived shooting is now an advocate for blood donation

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