I'm sorry you didn't get an answer sooner.
After a code, we sort of naturally end up huddling for a moment and discussing what just happened. Despite the redundancy of stating exactly what we all just saw, it helps to solidify that it "wasn't a dream" or that we were all there together.
Then we appreciate each other (again, it just happens naturally). ex "I'm so glad you guys came when I called for help!" "Well you were right to call, glad you didn't write it off as something else. If you didn't catch it they'd prob be dead now!" etc.
When I am on my way home sometimes i will stop at my favorite diner and just sit with a coffee for a while or go home and stare at the wall for a bit before telling my spouse "I had a bad day." He knows it's time to shut up and cuddle. (Sometimes i have to tell him so.
You'll relive it for a day or so and after a bit you'll move on. More people to heal/save. Good luck!