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NYU's heroic nurses: Saving patients & babies

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  • When power went out at NYU Langone Medical Center, many did courageous acts
  • Four nurses talked to HLN about helping patients to safety

When New York's NYU Langone Medical Center lost power and began to flood from the effects of Superstorm Sandy, the doctors and nurses had to act fast. What followed was a series of small acts of bravery: Nurses clutched newborn babies and shepherded patients into waiting ambulances.

Four of the nurses sat down with CNN's Elizabeth Cohen to discuss the trying and triumphant moments.

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