She clutches her wound which is bleeding heavily.

She clutches her wound from which she's bleeding heavily.

Can I say both? Which one is better? Is there a better way to say this?

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I think both should have a comma after "wound". Other than that, they both say the same thing, and I would prefer the version with less words.


I think the first sentence(She clutches her wound which is bleeding heavily.)is better 'cause it's odd to say the other one.

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