A doctor tells of his experience honeymooning in New Orleans during the hurricane
“Worse was the aftermath. The floods outside kept medical supplies from coming in. They were so desperate that in cases of diabetics needing insulin they were even forced to commit a real bugaboo in today’s medical world, they had to share the needles.
‘Sanitized with a little alcohol wipe and water and then we tell people that this is your choice. This is what we’re working with, if you agree to it then we go for it. I mean there’s nothing else we could do.’”