Headed home from her wedding, a nurse — still in her dress — comforts crash victim

A newlywed nurse in Minnesota came across a chance encounter on the way home from her wedding on Sunday, where her nursing instincts took hold.Rachel Taylor had just gotten married her husband, Calvin, in a small outdoor ceremony on Father’s Day.On their way home, they stopped at the scene of an accident to see if there was anything they could do to help.Tammy Peterson had rushed to the scene to help her son who was involved in the accident, but then as more cars piled up, she was also injured.”I kind of flashed back to when I was in nursing school, and I would help the moms in labor,” Rachel told WCCO-TV. “And I got pretty good at talking them through and calming them down. So, I was saying a lot of the same things.”Peterson said Rachel did help her to stay calm.Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

A newlywed nurse in Minnesota came across a chance encounter on the way home from her wedding on Sunday, where her nursing instincts took hold.

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Rachel Taylor had just gotten married her husband, Calvin, in a small outdoor ceremony on Father’s Day.

On their way home, they stopped at the scene of an accident to see if there was anything they could do to help.

Tammy Peterson had rushed to the scene to help her son who was involved in the accident, but then as more cars piled up, she was also injured.

“I kind of flashed back to when I was in nursing school, and I would help the moms in labor,” Rachel told WCCO-TV. “And I got pretty good at talking them through and calming them down. So, I was saying a lot of the same things.”

Peterson said Rachel did help her to stay calm.

Watch the video above to learn more about this story.