Fort Hood Shooting

From the Austin American Statesman:

Scott & White in Temple receives 10 patients.


AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF
Friday, November 06, 2009

The Fort Hood shooting victims were dispersed to hospitals throughout Central Texas, where few details of their injuries or prognoses were released Thursday evening.

The first stop for many of those injured was the Darnall Army Medical Center at Fort Hood and the Metroplex Adventist Hospital in nearby Killeen. The more serious were then transferred to other hospitals so patients could receive specialized care.

Ten of the wounded were taken to Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple, 26 miles from the Army post’s main gate.

Of those patients, four were in operating rooms late Thursday and some others were in critical care, said Dr. Robert Greenberg, vice chair of the department of emergency medicine at Scott & White.

I head on the radio on the way home that the call for blood donations has been satisfied, and they’re closed for that now.

I have nothing but respect for those in uniform, and have no words for the families of those killed and wounded by a traitor in their midst.

We’re going to hear a lot about this murderous POS, and not enough about the dedicated soldiers who rescued their fellow men and women. Just like the VA Tech shooter, I’d like nothing more than to name him an Un-Person.