Baghdad Guard Medics Moved By Carnage
by Last Night in Little Rock
Soledad O'Brien of CNN reports talking to National Guard medics who were moved by their experiences in NOLA:
We talked to men and women, some of whom have been in the military for decades, some who are new. All expressed how horrific it is. We sat down and talked to a medic who, with two colleagues, treated literally thousands of people today as they filed out of the Superdome.
This medic has been to Baghdad and seen people decapitated. But he said this is so much worse because it is so disorganized and because it is on American soil. His official orders said to prepare for 20 percent of the people he treats to not make it. They didn't lose anyone today. They showed true heroism.
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