Posted By LAF Editor on January 29, 2014
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Dr. Zenko Hrynkiw was at Brookwood Medical Center Tuesday morning when he was needed for emergency brain surgery at Trinity Medical Center.
The problem was the sudden snowstorm had locked down traffic, and the neurosurgeon didn’t get farther than a few blocks.
“The cell service was bad so we were fading in and out,” said Steve Davis, charge nurse in the neuro intensive care unit at Trinity. “At one point, I heard him say, ‘I’m walking.'”
Davis had alerted authorities, and they were looking for him. There were supposed sightings, but no one could find him.
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