United Blood Services scheduled a blood drive at Midland High School on Friday, and many people showed up anxious to give blood.
Donors were anxious to help replace the stockpile of blood used during Thursday night's surgeries at M.M.H.
"Actually I feel like I did on 9/11," blood donor Monica Ramos told Big 2. "That's how I feel. It's not as many people, but it's still a big tragedy."
"The students are donating and also people from the outside are coming in to donate," Tameka Diggs of United Blood Services told Big 2. "So it's been a really busy, great experience."
United Blood Services saw more than 70 people donate blood at Midland High School on Friday.
U.B.S. will be collecting blood outside the Midland H.E.B. (Wadley Avenue and Midkiff Road) From 10 AM to 3 PM on Saturday.