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The War Wounded / Landstuhl, Germany (Part II) #744717

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 24, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced. {Note: segments aired on October 6 & 7, 2003.}

(Landstuhl: Beth Nissen) The scene at the military's regional medical center in Landstuhl, Germany, which treats the injured from Operation Iraqi Freedom featured; scenes shown. The doctors: Landstuhl commander Col. Rhonda CORNUM; general surgery/critical care Maj. Allan PHILP†. The injured soldiers: Spc. Joshua GEERING; Sgt. Mariya LEE. The relatives: Joyce & Alan GRAY. The subjects: the soldiers' injuries, the kinds of injuries, the treatment.

(Studio & Landstuhl, Germany: Beth Nissen) The stress & strain on health care workers dealing with the casualties of war at Landstuhl featured; scenes shown from the hospital & of incoming wounded.

The doctors & staff: division of surgery chief Lt. Col. Ronald PLACE†; head operating nurse Lt. Col. Elizabeth BOWIE†; nurses Lt. Tina HALL†; S/Sgt. Arthur TIMMS†; CORNUM†, ICU chaplain Maj. Felicia HOPKINS†, critical care nurse Maj. Stephen LINCK†

The subjects: the hospital staff's dealing with the horrible injuries to young soldiers.

Brown, Aaron;
Nissen, Beth

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