Here is what happened to Debra.
She had a patient receiving a blood transfusion, and for the usual “give it faster” reason, the unit of blood was mounted in a pressure bag. Unfortunately, when that blood bag had been spiked with the IV tubing, apparently the spiked end, had not been pushed up into the bag of blood far enough.
As she was pumping up the pressure bag, and of course gazing upward, the IV tubing blasted out of that unit of blood, along with a rain of blood into her face and hair. I was in the immediate vicinity, but thankfully, out of the range of flying debris!