You’re the doctors

“You’re the doctors,” he said, and stood in the doorway, arms crossed. Ray and I had been through EMT school together and knew CPR, and a whole lot of other stuff that we had never actually performed on a real person. Knowing something and being confronted with the reality are far different things. The ALS unit was five minutes away. It was up to us.”

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