Bronx trauma unit puts training to use after I-95 accident

06/7/2011 | New York magazine

The wreck of a tour bus sent 15 critically injured passengers to Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx, testing the trauma team's training. Only one of the patients died as the team prioritized injuries and coordinated care. "Once the clamps are on, the game is won," said Sheldon Teperman, the head of Jacobi's trauma service. "He's dying, dying, dying, and then he's saved."

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