A man has been found guilty of murdering a 27-year-old man outside a pub in Birmingham.
Daniel Baird was stabbed as he celebrated a new job with Jaguar Land Rover
His family are now campaigning for 'bleed kits' to be placed around the city to help other victims.
On the morning of Daniel Baird's murder, he found out he'd got a new job with Jaguar Land Rover, and he was out celebrating in Digbeth, Birmingham, as he was attacked.
Today, a jury found 24-year-old Carlton Donaldson guilty of his murder.
An altercation in a pub between Daniel's group of friends and another group, which included Carlton Donaldson, spilled onto the street outside in the early hours of the 8th of July.
Daniel was caught up in a mass brawl and died from a stab wound to his heart.
In the 19 months since Dan's death, his mum has created a bleed control kit and education programme, working alongside West Midlands Ambulance service. It's to help in giving First Aid to other victims.
A location for kits to be placed around the city is currently being planned.
West Midlands Police says it's taking its responsibility to tackle knife crime seriously and that today's conviction should serve as a warning to anyone who carries a knife.