"We were in the convoy," Jamie says. "The device had actually been buried in the middle of the road and had been paved over at some point. And later on, what they decided was that whoever it was was actually aiming to get the dog team, and they waited until my vehicle went over the device and …detonated it. From what I was told, it flipped my vehicle a couple of times and rolled my vehicle several more times. And I don't know what happened from there."
Her [future] husband was one of the medics on the first helicopter that landed by the attack site.
"We had to take a rapid assessment of who we could help and who we couldn't," Mike says. "If we had been five minutes later on the scene, and she had been decaying at the rate she was decaying, when we got there, we would have looked at her and said, 'She's unsaveable,' and may have left her there."
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