Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska: May 6, 1975 (tornado)
Community Relations Department, Bergan Mercy Hospital
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DEDICATIONThis booklet is dedicated to the employees, medical staff, volunteers and other persons associated with Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital in recognition of their outstanding devotion to duty before, during and following the tornado of May 6, 1975.Their unselfish service to the safety of patients, to the care of the injured, and to the continued operation of the entire hospital under the most difficult circumstances merits our highest praise.We recognize that their steadfastness and concern prevented these scenes of destruction from becoming stories of human tragedy.The Board of Directors Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital
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