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Leah Upton, director of the NICU at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital for Women in Louisiana, and Krissy Morris, a nurse practitioner with the unit, join TODAY to talk about how they cared for babies during Hurricane Laura. “It was pretty terrifying … but our main focus was those babies,” Morris says.