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Police soon arrived on the scene, where Xie stood sobbing and clutching the makeshift weapon as the bleeding assailant was strapped into a stretcher.
A woman with a bloodied face was seen being brought out of the Capitol on a stretcher.
He and others scrambled to transport blood-soaked men on stretchers from rail cars to triage, where those with a chance were separated from those who were goners.
“We were hauling one guy, and my grip on the stretcher slipped.”
An ambulance and the police were called, and my dad was put on a stretcher.
They dragged him back clear of any further falls, and improvised a stretcher on which to carry home his now unconscious body.
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The stretcher-bearers brought the latter in, and I sent for the doctor at once, but he could only pronounce him to be dead also!
Four officers carried the stretcher, and about six others followed behind.
Well away from the enemy the soldier is borne on a stretcher, sewn up in his blankets and wrapped in a flag.
One Palmer and two small hackle Flies on your stretcher give a tolerable good chance.

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