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Old March 24, 2013, 11:36 AM   #61
DarthPaul
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Join Date: March 19, 2013
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Thanks Gecko- in retrospect the gun thing was an hilarious element in an otherwise terrifying situation.

We (the wife and I) got what I considered the ultimate compliment from the hospital staff- they said they had not seen many parents who kept their composure the way we did & that as much as the ER staff was what saved our daughter's life that day. Of course, once Life Flight was in the air & there was nothing more I could possibly do, I had to go find a corner by myself and have a more or less 100% collapse for the next 5 minutes..... which is pretty much the same thing I have experienced in my work, when the feces interfere with the rotating blades, you do the job first and then get the shakes when the crisis is over and there's nothing to do but mop up.
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