NICU nurses evacuate infants in darkness after Sandy cuts power

11/2/2012 | Times Union (Albany, N.Y.) · Yahoo · CNN

After Superstorm Sandy knocked out power at New York University's Langone Medical Center, and the backup generators did not work, NICU nurses, physicians and other clinicians worked in the dark to take critically ill infants down flights of stairs so they could be transferred to other facilities. For infants on ventilators, it took multiple nurses to carry a baby, press the ventilation mask to the baby's face and tote the equipment.

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