"We didn't take the elevator," she says. "I threw my things and ran into the room. It was clear to me that it was the end. He was surrounded by a team of nurses and doctors who were doing compressions on his chest to keep him alive. That's one thing I also said to Eileen. I said, 'Keep him alive until I get there.'
"I was crying and saying, 'I love you,' and, 'Goodbye,' and, 'I'm sorry I wasn't here.' … I then turned and I said, 'Thank you, thank you,' to the doctors and to the nurses who were basically just keeping the blood going through his body and keeping him, his body, living so that I could say goodbye and so that [Christopher and Dana's son] Will could say goodbye."