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>> Kim: WELCOME BACK!>> Kim: WELCOME BACK! EVERY DAY WE HEAR THE STORIES OFEVERY DAY WE HEAR THE STORIES OF OUR HEALTH HEROES, PUTTING THEIROUR HEALTH HEROES, PUTTING THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE TO SAVE OURS.LIVES ON THE LINE TO SAVE OURS. WE TALK TO TWO LOCAL E.R.WE TALK TO TWO LOCAL E.R. NURSES.NURSES. >> Karen: THEY’VE BEEN NURSES>> Karen: THEY’VE BEEN NURSES FOR TWO DECADES BUT WOULD ONLYFOR TWO DECADES BUT WOULD ONLY BE PROFILED IF WE REMIND THATBE PROFILED IF WE REMIND THAT ALL HAVE THEIR OWN STORIES, OWNALL HAVE THEIR OWN STORIES, OWN FAMILIES, ONLY WORRIES, THATFAMILIES, ONLY WORRIES, THAT THEY BATTLE EVERY SINGLE DAY ASTHEY BATTLE EVERY SINGLE DAY AS THEY HEAD IN TO WORK.THEY HEAD IN TO WORK. >> THIS IS THE LAST TIME MY FACE>> THIS IS THE LAST TIME MY FACE WON’T BE COVERED FOR THE NEXTWON’T BE COVERED FOR THE NEXT 10-12 HOURS.10-12 HOURS. >> Karen: A CLINICAL NURSE>> Karen: A CLINICAL NURSE MANAGER OVERSEEING SOME 60MANAGER OVERSEEING SOME 60 NURSES.NURSES. >> EACH OF US HAS CRIED AT LEAST>> EACH OF US HAS CRIED AT LEAST 4 TIMES THIS WEEK.4 TIMES THIS WEEK. AND I ASK THEM TO KEEP COMINGAND I ASK THEM TO KEEP COMING BACK.BACK. >> Karen: THIS IS BRANDY AS SHE>> Karen: THIS IS BRANDY AS SHE LEFT FOR HER 12-HOUR SHIFT.LEFT FOR HER 12-HOUR SHIFT. >> I DO ALL RIGHT IF I’M>> I DO ALL RIGHT IF I’M THINKING ABOUT ONE THING ANDTHINKING ABOUT ONE THING AND THEN THE NEXT THING.THEN THE NEXT THING. >> Karen: WITH A FATHER DYING OF>> Karen: WITH A FATHER DYING OF CANCER AND TWO CHILDREN AT HOMECANCER AND TWO CHILDREN AT HOME TO HOME SCHOOL --TO HOME SCHOOL -- >> EVEN BEFORE THIS, THERE’S -->> EVEN BEFORE THIS, THERE’S -- WHEN I DO HOMEWORK WITH MY SON,WHEN I DO HOMEWORK WITH MY SON, I GET FRUSTRATED AND HE GETSI GET FRUSTRATED AND HE GETS FRUSTRATED.FRUSTRATED. >> Karen: THERE’S A LOT TO>> Karen: THERE’S A LOT TO BALANCE.BALANCE. >> MY FAMILY HASN’T LEFT THE>> MY FAMILY HASN’T LEFT THE HOUSE.HOUSE. IF THEY GET ANY OF THIS, IT’SIF THEY GET ANY OF THIS, IT’S BECAUSE IT’S ME BRINGING IT TOBECAUSE IT’S ME BRINGING IT TO THEM.THEM. >> Karen: HER HUSBAND IS DOING>> Karen: HER HUSBAND IS DOING MUCH OF THE HOME SCHOOLING WITHMUCH OF THE HOME SCHOOLING WITH TWO DAUGHTERS AND NO ONE LEAVESTWO DAUGHTERS AND NO ONE LEAVES THE HOUSE.THE HOUSE. >> MY LYSOL THAT I SPRAY DOWN MY>> MY LYSOL THAT I SPRAY DOWN MY CAR WITH, HAND SANITIZER ANDCAR WITH, HAND SANITIZER AND EVERYTHING SO I CAN CLEAN UPEVERYTHING SO I CAN CLEAN UP BEFORE I GO IN THE HOUSE.BEFORE I GO IN THE HOUSE. >> Karen: DO YOU HAVE A DAY OR>> Karen: DO YOU HAVE A DAY OR MOMENT THAT WAS THE HARDEST?MOMENT THAT WAS THE HARDEST? >> HE CAME IN NOT DOING WELL,>> HE CAME IN NOT DOING WELL, AND SO KNOWING THAT, YOU KNOW,AND SO KNOWING THAT, YOU KNOW, WHAT WAS IN STORE FOR HIM, THATWHAT WAS IN STORE FOR HIM, THAT WAS REALLY DIFFICULT.WAS REALLY DIFFICULT. >> Karen: SHE KNEW THAT MAN.>> Karen: SHE KNEW THAT MAN. HE DIED A COUPLE DAYS LATER.HE DIED A COUPLE DAYS LATER. HELPING OTHERS IS HOW THEY FINDHELPING OTHERS IS HOW THEY FIND PEACE.PEACE. BRANDY MAKES HAIR CAPS FOR HERBRANDY MAKES HAIR CAPS FOR HER NURSE FRIENDS AND THEY WORRYNURSE FRIENDS AND THEY WORRY ABOUT EACH OTHER.ABOUT EACH OTHER. >> A NURSE I WORKED WITH AT>> A NURSE I WORKED WITH AT HENRY FORD DIED FROM THIS.HENRY FORD DIED FROM THIS. AND SHE WAS HEALTHY OTHERWISE.AND SHE WAS HEALTHY OTHERWISE. AND WE JUST HAD ANOTHER FRIENDAND WE JUST HAD ANOTHER FRIEND THAT HE AND HIS WIFE BOTH DIED.THAT HE AND HIS WIFE BOTH DIED. TO KNOW THEY’RE NOT HERE ANYMORETO KNOW THEY’RE NOT HERE ANYMORE AND... AND THEY DESERVEDAND... AND THEY DESERVED FUNERALS THAT WE WOULD GO TO ANDFUNERALS THAT WE WOULD GO TO AND THEY’RE NOT GETTING ALL OF THAT.THEY’RE NOT GETTING ALL OF THAT. >> Karen: THOSE TWO FRIENDS WERE>> Karen: THOSE TWO FRIENDS WERE STATE TROOPERS THAT PASSED AWAYSTATE TROOPERS THAT PASSED AWAY THIS WEEK FROM COVID-19.

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< start="6.14" dur="0.8">>> Kim: WELCOME BACK!>

< start="6.941" dur="1.801">>> Kim: WELCOME BACK! EVERY DAY WE HEAR THE STORIES OF>

< start="8.743" dur="1.7">EVERY DAY WE HEAR THE STORIES OF OUR HEALTH HEROES, PUTTING THEIR>

< start="10.445" dur="3.502">OUR HEALTH HEROES, PUTTING THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE TO SAVE OURS.>

< start="13.948" dur="3.903">LIVES ON THE LINE TO SAVE OURS. WE TALK TO TWO LOCAL E.R.>

< start="17.885" dur="0.834">WE TALK TO TWO LOCAL E.R. NURSES.>

< start="18.753" dur="1.534">NURSES. >> Karen: THEY’VE BEEN NURSES>

< start="20.321" dur="1.634">>> Karen: THEY’VE BEEN NURSES FOR TWO DECADES BUT WOULD ONLY>

< start="21.956" dur="2.902">FOR TWO DECADES BUT WOULD ONLY BE PROFILED IF WE REMIND THAT>

< start="24.859" dur="2.335">BE PROFILED IF WE REMIND THAT ALL HAVE THEIR OWN STORIES, OWN>

< start="27.195" dur="1.667">ALL HAVE THEIR OWN STORIES, OWN FAMILIES, ONLY WORRIES, THAT>

< start="28.863" dur="2.501">FAMILIES, ONLY WORRIES, THAT THEY BATTLE EVERY SINGLE DAY AS>

< start="31.366" dur="1.933">THEY BATTLE EVERY SINGLE DAY AS THEY HEAD IN TO WORK.>

< start="33.301" dur="3.236">THEY HEAD IN TO WORK. >> THIS IS THE LAST TIME MY FACE>

< start="36.571" dur="1.901">>> THIS IS THE LAST TIME MY FACE WON’T BE COVERED FOR THE NEXT>

< start="38.506" dur="0.934">WON’T BE COVERED FOR THE NEXT 10-12 HOURS.>

< start="39.474" dur="1.6">10-12 HOURS. >> Karen: A CLINICAL NURSE>

< start="41.109" dur="3.502">>> Karen: A CLINICAL NURSE MANAGER OVERSEEING SOME 60>

< start="44.612" dur="0.233">MANAGER OVERSEEING SOME 60 NURSES.>

< start="44.879" dur="2.535">NURSES. >> EACH OF US HAS CRIED AT LEAST>

< start="47.448" dur="1.301">>> EACH OF US HAS CRIED AT LEAST 4 TIMES THIS WEEK.>

< start="48.783" dur="2.301">4 TIMES THIS WEEK. AND I ASK THEM TO KEEP COMING>

< start="51.085" dur="0.299">AND I ASK THEM TO KEEP COMING BACK.>

< start="51.386" dur="2.701">BACK. >> Karen: THIS IS BRANDY AS SHE>

< start="54.089" dur="1.5">>> Karen: THIS IS BRANDY AS SHE LEFT FOR HER 12-HOUR SHIFT.>

< start="55.59" dur="1.234">LEFT FOR HER 12-HOUR SHIFT. >> I DO ALL RIGHT IF I’M>

< start="56.858" dur="2.435">>> I DO ALL RIGHT IF I’M THINKING ABOUT ONE THING AND>

< start="59.294" dur="0.699">THINKING ABOUT ONE THING AND THEN THE NEXT THING.>

< start="59.995" dur="1.132">THEN THE NEXT THING. >> Karen: WITH A FATHER DYING OF>

< start="61.129" dur="2.702">>> Karen: WITH A FATHER DYING OF CANCER AND TWO CHILDREN AT HOME>

< start="63.832" dur="0.499">CANCER AND TWO CHILDREN AT HOME TO HOME SCHOOL -->

< start="64.333" dur="1.867">TO HOME SCHOOL -- >> EVEN BEFORE THIS, THERE’S -->

< start="66.201" dur="3.202">>> EVEN BEFORE THIS, THERE’S -- WHEN I DO HOMEWORK WITH MY SON,>

< start="69.404" dur="3.302">WHEN I DO HOMEWORK WITH MY SON, I GET FRUSTRATED AND HE GETS>

< start="72.707" dur="0.299">I GET FRUSTRATED AND HE GETS FRUSTRATED.>

< start="73.008" dur="4.67">FRUSTRATED. >> Karen: THERE’S A LOT TO>

< start="77.712" dur="0.199">>> Karen: THERE’S A LOT TO BALANCE.>

< start="77.946" dur="2.768">BALANCE. >> MY FAMILY HASN’T LEFT THE>

< start="80.715" dur="0.199">>> MY FAMILY HASN’T LEFT THE HOUSE.>

< start="80.915" dur="3.469">HOUSE. IF THEY GET ANY OF THIS, IT’S>

< start="84.419" dur="2.001">IF THEY GET ANY OF THIS, IT’S BECAUSE IT’S ME BRINGING IT TO>

< start="86.421" dur="0.199">BECAUSE IT’S ME BRINGING IT TO THEM.>

< start="86.621" dur="1.801">THEM. >> Karen: HER HUSBAND IS DOING>

< start="88.456" dur="1.1">>> Karen: HER HUSBAND IS DOING MUCH OF THE HOME SCHOOLING WITH>

< start="89.558" dur="1.967">MUCH OF THE HOME SCHOOLING WITH TWO DAUGHTERS AND NO ONE LEAVES>

< start="91.527" dur="0.532">TWO DAUGHTERS AND NO ONE LEAVES THE HOUSE.>

< start="92.06" dur="2.268">THE HOUSE. >> MY LYSOL THAT I SPRAY DOWN MY>

< start="94.329" dur="2.335">>> MY LYSOL THAT I SPRAY DOWN MY CAR WITH, HAND SANITIZER AND>

< start="96.665" dur="2.902">CAR WITH, HAND SANITIZER AND EVERYTHING SO I CAN CLEAN UP>

< start="99.568" dur="1.133">EVERYTHING SO I CAN CLEAN UP BEFORE I GO IN THE HOUSE.>

< start="100.735" dur="1.401">BEFORE I GO IN THE HOUSE. >> Karen: DO YOU HAVE A DAY OR>

< start="102.17" dur="1.267">>> Karen: DO YOU HAVE A DAY OR MOMENT THAT WAS THE HARDEST?>

< start="103.438" dur="3.436">MOMENT THAT WAS THE HARDEST? >> HE CAME IN NOT DOING WELL,>

< start="106.875" dur="1.734">>> HE CAME IN NOT DOING WELL, AND SO KNOWING THAT, YOU KNOW,>

< start="108.643" dur="2.402">AND SO KNOWING THAT, YOU KNOW, WHAT WAS IN STORE FOR HIM, THAT>

< start="111.079" dur="1.134">WHAT WAS IN STORE FOR HIM, THAT WAS REALLY DIFFICULT.>

< start="112.247" dur="1.3">WAS REALLY DIFFICULT. >> Karen: SHE KNEW THAT MAN.>

< start="113.582" dur="2.1">>> Karen: SHE KNEW THAT MAN. HE DIED A COUPLE DAYS LATER.>

< start="115.684" dur="6.572">HE DIED A COUPLE DAYS LATER. HELPING OTHERS IS HOW THEY FIND>

< start="122.257" dur="0.199">HELPING OTHERS IS HOW THEY FIND PEACE.>

< start="122.457" dur="1.334">PEACE. BRANDY MAKES HAIR CAPS FOR HER>

< start="123.792" dur="1.067">BRANDY MAKES HAIR CAPS FOR HER NURSE FRIENDS AND THEY WORRY>

< start="124.86" dur="0.766">NURSE FRIENDS AND THEY WORRY ABOUT EACH OTHER.>

< start="125.661" dur="1.8">ABOUT EACH OTHER. >> A NURSE I WORKED WITH AT>

< start="127.496" dur="1.633">>> A NURSE I WORKED WITH AT HENRY FORD DIED FROM THIS.>

< start="129.164" dur="1.901">HENRY FORD DIED FROM THIS. AND SHE WAS HEALTHY OTHERWISE.>

< start="131.099" dur="1.367">AND SHE WAS HEALTHY OTHERWISE. AND WE JUST HAD ANOTHER FRIEND>

< start="132.468" dur="2.735">AND WE JUST HAD ANOTHER FRIEND THAT HE AND HIS WIFE BOTH DIED.>

< start="135.204" dur="1.734">THAT HE AND HIS WIFE BOTH DIED. TO KNOW THEY’RE NOT HERE ANYMORE>

< start="136.972" dur="9.709">TO KNOW THEY’RE NOT HERE ANYMORE AND... AND THEY DESERVED>

< start="146.682" dur="1.133">AND... AND THEY DESERVED FUNERALS THAT WE WOULD GO TO AND>

< start="147.85" dur="2.301">FUNERALS THAT WE WOULD GO TO AND THEY’RE NOT GETTING ALL OF THAT.>

< start="150.185" dur="1.134">THEY’RE NOT GETTING ALL OF THAT. >> Karen: THOSE TWO FRIENDS WERE>

< start="151.353" dur="1.668">>> Karen: THOSE TWO FRIENDS WERE STATE TROOPERS THAT PASSED AWAY>

< start="153.022" dur="0.666">STATE TROOPERS THAT PASSED AWAY THIS WEEK FROM COVID-19.>