Derek, Mark and Arizona are all staring at the phone, which now is just playing a dial tone. Jackson comes in to tell them that another ambulance is on its way, as well as the police, and that they would get there just as fast as a helicopter at this point. He then asks if they are still on speaker, and Arizona very evenly tells him that there was a loud noise and then they were disconnected. Derek looks like an empty shell of himself, sitting near the kid's head with instruments in his hand. Mark tells Jackson very slowly that Derek is going to put down those instruments and step away, and that he and Arizona will walk Jackson through the rest of the surgery. Derek actually then drops the instruments and snaps off his gloves as he leaves, and Avery sprints to the scrub room to get ready.
Owen is having a secret argument with Richard about what to do, and cannot handle not telling Teddy immediately what happened. Richard, ever the calm one, points out that a patient is on bypass and will die if Teddy walks off of the surgery. Owen is tortured, not least of which because Teddy is such a good friend, but Richard reminds him that right now he needs to think like the Chief, not like a friend, and an hour won't change what happened to Henry. Finally, Owen admits that when Teddy finds out they waited, she'll never forgive him. Richard counters sadly that her husband just died in their care, so she's never going to forgive any of them. I hope, though, that she does forgive Cristina since she's the one who pushed and pushed for her to do the surgery in the first place against everyone else's advice. But I fear that isn't necessarily going to be the case.
It's a tough day to be Hunt -- Derek sees him talking to Richard and walks up to tell him that they lost contact with the ambulance, and he needs to call emergency dispatch. He picks up his phone and dials, but Derek immediately senses that something else is wrong and asks the men what it is. I'm relieved that we don't have to see them answer.
It doesn't look like Teddy is going to be out of surgery anytime soon. Owen goes back in and things are still going quote badly. He stares weirdly at her a while until she gets nervous, but when she asks how Henry is doing he manages to smile and tell her that he's fine but woozy, and his vitals are good. She asks some other questions, including if Cristina figured out who it was she was working on, and he sadly laughs and tells her no. But it's the finest job he's done all hour of actually hiding his true thoughts and emotions. Teddy tells him she told him so, and that sometimes Cristina's lack of interest in the patient personally can come in handy. Well yes, until you tell her afterward that her mentor's husband just died on her operating table. Teddy keeps chatting away, and Owen just smiles and nods. Mere picks up her voiceover to say that when really terrible things happen, that's when we beg for all the little things like a root canal or an IRS audit that suddenly don't seem so bad.