Orlando Hospital Trauma Teams Put Emotions Aside to Help Victims Heal

The nurses explain how they dealt with their emotions to treat victims arriving from the massacre at the Pulse nightclub.
2:48 | 06/15/16

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This one from overnight and we are back now with the stories of bravery and kindness coming out that tragedy. Many from the Orlando regional medical center where nurses have been working around the clock helping patients heal physically and emotionally and Dr. Jennifer Ashton has more on these often unsung heroes. Tearful reunions, dramatic revelations from that night of horror in Orlando's biggest emergency room, the trauma team's leaders still raw with emotion. I was walking out of the hospital and walking out I saw team members walking in to work crying and I just -- I just couldn't express how -- it's hard to describe how you feel. Reporter: A trying time for this level one trauma center, nurses included. Dr. Cheatam can you talk about the expertise of the trauma nurse, surgical nurses and the emergency room nurses in this case? I will tell you we have the best nurses in the world. There is no question in my mind. Reporter: Shot in the leg three types and left to die angel colon was reunited with his nurse, Megan Nobile. My second patient because I got the call at 3 A.M. And came right in and he was very brave, and I just remember his name was angel. He W it was a very chaotic night all this as the team worked together and we were really able to do a very good job. I love you guys. There were a lot of hugs. A lot of hugs. Reporter: But the emotion never got the best of them. The whole night was a little bit scary but you are to put that aside. You can't be scared because your patients are scared. Reporter: You saved a lot of lives. What did you say when you finally left the hospital after saving so many lives that night? So glad that we could help as many as we could. Reporter: Dr. Jennifer Ashton, ABC news, Orlando. You know, those nurses and those doctors truly are heroes. I got back last night and I felt the trauma of just hearing those victims' stories. I can't even imagine being tasked with, "A," saving their lives and hearing tear emotion while they were fighting for their lives and they were there around the clock, got called in at 3:00 in the morning and it was -- it's continues to be such a powerful scene. A life and death struggle going on at that hospital. Called in the middle of the night, working 24, 36 hours trait in so many different capacities. Thank god for them. They deserve recognition not just in Orlando but around the United States every night saving live, these nurses. Definitely angels. Kevin hart and Dwayne "The

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