Adventist Banner Signing - vegas

Rose Villanueva, a nurse at Adventist Health Bakersfield, signs a banner being sent to the University Medical Center in Las Vegas, the trauma-one center where the majority of shooting victims was rushed Sunday night after a gunman opened fire into a crowd of concert-goers. The tragedy hit close to home for Villanueva, who used to live in Las Vegas, and has several friends who are nurses there still.

Harold Pierce / The Californian

Rose Villanueva, a nurse at Adventist Health Bakersfield, signs a banner being sent to the University Medical Center in Las Vegas, the trauma-one center where the majority of shooting victims was rushed Sunday night after a gunman opened fire into a crowd of concert-goers. The tragedy hit close to home for Villanueva, who used to live in Las Vegas and has several friends who are nurses there still.

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