I am nowhere near calling this i gentioG
First of all, I am nowhere near believing it was an intentional act. I believe it was probably an accident--- I think perhaps she was talking on the phone, maybe got angry and was in a rage and maybe without realizing it, kept her foot on the gas- it is also possible it was intentional- we just don't have enough facts.
As far as her occupation is concerned, one would think that a person who has themselves together enough to be a successful travelling nurse, would have it together so that she would not have instigated a horrifying vehicular accident-- I have no idea what you mean by biased- bias has nothing to do with this event. We all make certain judgments about people based on certain character traits and we judge people based on occupation as well. What happened here seems out of character for her at first blush. We will learn more about her later.
I hate to say this, but honestly, nurses (and doctors) are just humans and many are flawed. I also used to think anyone who can get through that much rigor and training must have themselves together. The facade is gone. Facts are that there are many nurses, doctors, and other medical professions who drive drunk, are found guilty of crimes (even murder), and do things that tend to shock the public. It's very sad.