110 Blood Units and 3 Flatlines Later, I’m Alive: Abby’s Story
“It was obvious my legs were horribly injured, and to make matters worse, I was 36 weeks pregnant. But at the time of arrival, we didn’t know much about my condition except my blood pressure was low. Being in the medical field myself, I knew all too well, things were not looking good.”
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