Nightwatch: EMTs Comfort Children While Helping Seizure Victim | A&E

EMTs comfort children whose mother was being treated after having a seizure in this clip from Nightwatch Season 5 Episode 4.

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43 thoughts on “Nightwatch: EMTs Comfort Children While Helping Seizure Victim | A&E

  1. I understand she was trying to help calm the child, but him crying is absolutely okay. It’s healthy. It’s normal. Let him express his emotions. This is why some of us millennials are very closed off. Because we were told not to express our emotions.

  2. this is so heart breaking.. my mom went to the emergency room and she didn't come back 6 months ago.. she passed away in the emergency room and me and my siblings wouldn't have been able to see her in the hospital because of the pandemic so we got a call early in the morning that she had passed away.. i wish i could've been there

  3. Three years ago, I had a seizure while I was at school. I passed out and broke three of my front teeth, had a huge gash in my lip too. The ems responders were so amazing, they helped me stay calm and truly show how much they care. I give credit to all these workers!!

  4. There is not a whole lot you can do for an Epileptic Seizure. Other than making sure the patient is taking their meds. and their Dr. is aware of the Seizure. Sucks and what really sucks is the Kids seeing it… My kids never saw me have a seizure. (at least not that they remember) but they did know I have them and they can occur anytime.

  5. I know the dude was scared with the seizure happening and stuff, but he really needed to be more supportive of her and the kids especially. The only thing he asked was how long will she be gone? Really? I feel awful for saying that, it is just the vibe I got from him that he was mad he had to stay with the kids without her there and the kids looked terrified being left with him.

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