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Inside a busy LA hospital’s battle to save poorest patients from coronavirus

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As our special series “On the Front Lines” continues, TODAY shares an exclusive look inside LAC+USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, one of the busiest hospitals in one of the nation’s largest coronavirus hot spots. The hospital’s own video crew recorded exhausted staff as they risk their lives to treat the poorest and sickest patients in LA. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.