RED BLUFF, Calif - At Bud’s Jolly Kone in Red Bluff you can find them whipping up burgers, fries, and shakes.
But their latest creation is focused on whipping up safety for the city they love.
"I just got like this place in my heart just told me we need to do more," said owner in practice Courtny Abbassi
The local burger spot just donated nine active shooter medical kits to the Red Bluff Police Department.
Abbassi says its no secret active shooter situations are happening and she wanted to help her community.
" We live in Tehama County and it's not the richest county so we went with what we can do so they can do other things with the money they do have budgeted in," said Abbassi.
These medical kits include tourniquets, trauma gauze, quick clot, chest seals, and hot blankets.
Which have been issued to two school resource officers and patrols.
Officers in the area say it’s not often people do something this important for officers in the community.
And even though this is something they hope they never have to use its nice knowing it’s there if needed.
"They were like this is so exciting these are new things we know we have to better help our community because thats their goal as well to provide service to the community," said Abbassi.
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