As a surgical tech, Amy Vinton has seen many things in her medical career.
She’s assisted in open heart surgeries, organ transplants, amputations and about any trauma surgery imaginable.
But nothing could have prepared Vinton, 26, for the things she saw as part of a medical team from Creighton University Medical Center that traveled to earthquake-ravaged Haiti for 10 days in January.
“There's nothing that could have prepared any of us for what we saw,” Vinton said. “It was like the gates of hell.”