Debbie Adam’s journey from Bali bombings to now doing her very best to help Close the Gap
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Just three years after gaining her degree, a young nurse found herself working to save a young man's life. He had been at a Bali nightclub when terrorists attacked and he was one of dozens of people flown to Darwin.
"Unfortunately he passed on," Debbie McAdam said. "Everybody was like Disaster Bay 1, Disaster Bay 2, they didn't have a name. I've still got a photo of the young fellow...
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