Tragedy and heroism in Tucson

If you read nothing else today, be sure to read this New York Times story on the medical response to the Tucson shootings. It is a tremendous piece of on-the-ground journalism, informative, exhilarating and heart-breaking.

3 thoughts on “Tragedy and heroism in Tucson

  1. Jonathan Swartz

    Christina Green is a HERO, but to her parents she was always a hero! Organ donation is a wonderful thing! It saves many lives! On September 11, 1999, my grandmother passed away of old age. On September 11, 2001, many lives ended, but on that same day, a HERO was born!

    Miracles happen all the time. Some are recognizable by people, some aren’t…..but they DO happen never-the-less! I would like to share a miracle that happened to my family over a year ago. I am not posting this to brag. I’m posting this to let people know that there IS a G-d! That He performs miracles all the time. These are 2 links. IT IS NEITHER SPAM NOR is it a VIRUS! Nobody is obligated to click this. It is your choice! Feel free to click if you like.

    Today, my Mom and I are doing great! May Christina, the real hero, Rest In Peace.

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