Today marks three months since New Zealand's worst ever mass shooting. Authorities will this week review Christchurch Hospital's response. Kurt Bayer reveals how March 15 unfolded in the wards.

It had been a quiet Friday for Emergency Department specialist Dr Dom Fleischer. The usual sprains and strains, nothing major.

At 1.50pm, a breathless fella came running in, with cuts to his hands. He said there'd been a shooting at the mosque; he'd broken a window to escape.

His claims were met with some disbelief. ED staff hear it all.


But when another man rushed in minutes later, with the same

All hands to the pump


Time is of the essence

'What's happening?'

Hospital staff stunned things weren't worse

Teamwork praised