Chattanooga native among doctors treating Orlando shooting victims

Dr. Will Havron, one of the doctors that treated victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting, speaks at a news conference at the Orlando Regional Medical Center Tuesday, June 14, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

A Chattanooga native, Dr. Will Havron, has been among the doctors treating victims of Sunday's shooting at an Orlando nightclub.

Havron, a 1995 graduate of McCallie School, was one of six doctors at Orlando Regional Medical Center, the hospital where most of the victims were treated, who talked to reporters at a news conference Tuesday.

Havron was called to the hospital and arrived to find bloody victims with severe wounds everywhere. He described the experience as surreal.

"We were just given patient after patient after patient," he said. "We'd literally walk from that operation room to another operating room and just do it again and again."

One patient required two surgeries in the operating room and another while in ICU, but doctors saved his life, Havron told CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley.

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