Code 99

A message announced over a hospital’s public address system warning of
(1) A medical emergency requiring resuscitation
(2) A mass casualty, likely to exceed 20 people
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They have bolted down the hall answering the overhead page "code 99" as well as taken me into a patient room that is delirious with alcohol withdrawal, angry, frustrated, hurting and hopeless.
Heather described the plan the crew had called "code 99" in the event of an attack by armed men.
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