West Texas hospital becomes a mass shooting's trauma center
Clip: 09/04/2019 | 5m 17s
A gunman firing indiscriminately from his car on Saturday in Odessa, Texas, killed seven people and wounded 22 more. Many of the victims were sent to Odessa's Medical Center Hospital. William Brangham talks to Russell Tippin, the Medical Center Health System’s CEO, about the harrowing experience of becoming a trauma center for a mass shooting and how the community and first responders are coping.
Aired: 09/04/19Video has closed captioning.
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