Nightwatch: Victim Shot in Face Rushed to Hospital | Full Episode – S3, E2 | Part 1 | A&E

A man is rushed to the hospital after being struck by a bullet in Part 1 of Season 3, Episode 2, “Pride”. #Nightwatch

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45 thoughts on “Nightwatch: Victim Shot in Face Rushed to Hospital | Full Episode – S3, E2 | Part 1 | A&E

  1. That's one thing I can't stand about people that work in the hospital they always underestimate a person health because of their age that's just stupid and uneducated 🙄🤷

  2. My heart is pounding for the last guy with asthma. I can only imagine the panic. Not enough oxygen and on the verge of heart attack…that messes with your mind even if you’re a calm person. Also, he doesn’t care about your stupid IV needle right now just do it. But also, she got it first try in a cramped shaky ambulance…nice job. Wish I could find out how everything panned out❤️🤟🏻

  3. I have chronic respiratory failure and have been intubated 18 times. Watching this man struggle to breathe is giving me so much anxiety and flash backs, also note to all and I mean ALL medical professionals, we can’t calm down and “just breathe” if it were that easy, we wouldn’t need you all in the first place. For me it makes everything worse when y’all say “just breathe, you’re fine” coz then I feel like you all aren’t taking me seriously and then I panic more, and go into complete respiratory failure.

  4. How dare she ignore him to just say, "no you're fine. What you're saying is happening isn't happening, you're fiiiiiine." The audacity!! This changes my perception of her character. I don't care what "he looked like," you listen to them and act quickly because it DOES happen.

  5. Keeley and Holly have not only given me an entirely new appreciation for what these people do, they both encourage me to be a better person and to go and be brave. Thank you for this show, and ladies, thank you for being excellent leaders and pillars for your community

  6. Bish i have asthma normally I'm calm but when I got pneumonia and u . I COULDN'T TAKE DEEP BREATH. WOKE UP 2 DAYS LATER IN CCU. LISTEN TO PATIENT

  7. The guy has trust no one on his shirt..but I guess that's a lie lol.. hopefully everyone pull through on these episodes 🙏🏾

  8. "That why we've been left with the best of the best!"
    Ummm Okay! I'm sorry darling but I don't think you understand the meaning of "The Best Of The Best"!
    That's like a slave saying that he's got the best employer!

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