While Alex works, Becca apologizes to him for crying so much, even though he's explained that it's from the shock and the morphine. She's devastated by David's death, and admits that she should have slept with him. But she was waiting until she was done with school to do life and relationships and knew that she'd fall in love with David before her schedule permitted, so she didn't. Golly gee, I wonder if maybe our main characters will learn a lesson about not waiting to do what you want to do in life? Wow, this is heavy-handed, though at the same time Becca is really likable so it's more palatable than it might have been from another character. Hunt comes in and Alex quietly reports all the bad stuff going on in Becca's innards, so Hunt tells her they are taking her to surgery soon. She just repeats that she should have slept with David when she had the chance.
Jordan is still desperately worried about Dana, and Cristina repeats that the paramedics have not brought her in yet. When she asks about his family he tells her they are in Argentina, and that he was supposed to fly home the next day since they didn't have enough money for him to stay. He and Dana knew that this was coming, and Jordan did all he could to break up with her and stay away so it would be easier but he couldn't do it. "When you love someone... love is love. It doesn't matter that you're not supposed to be together." Okay, that's a little anvilicious for me. Hunt walks in and the music starts so that we're even more aware of how meaningful Jordan's words are, and Jordan tries to tell himself that maybe Dana got out of the car in time and she's fine. Cristina's face falls, because common sense says that she probably didn't leap from the speeding vehicle to safety in a split-second.
George is dealing with another coding patient, trying to stop blood gushing out of a guy's torso. Lexie sees the kid's red shoes and realizes this is Pete, but George cuts in to have her hold the dressing while he tries to suck out the extra blood with a syringe. He's super calm and professional throughout, though underneath you can see a few hairline cracks forming. Pete flatlines and George goes to town with the compressions, vowing that he's not losing another patient.