Newborns in intensive care flown out of Hurricane Harvey's path

Babies in neonatal intensive care in Corpus Christi, Texas, were evacuated by medical flights to hospitals in the Dallas area ahead of the life-threatening hurricane.
0:28 | 08/25/17

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And in preparation for the storm this morning a powerful image. From the storm zone some of the most vulnerable hospital patients have already been evacuated from a hospital right there in Corpus Christi. They include ten critically ill babies seen here being med flight into an intensive care unit in north Texas. Doctors say they are doing all they can bull for Harvey hits. Fearing a prolonged power outage during the storm so. It's certainly comforting to see all of those little ones getting to safety and cherry.

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