This is my other question, and you can find the background of this question there.
When my grandmother was admitted to hospital, we (the whole family in town) are taking turns staying at the hospital. However, my biggest fear is when her health is failing to critical condition, or even worse, dying, on my shift. I don't know how to break the bad news to everyone. Of course, I can just say "Please just go to hospital right now" or just stating the fact her health is failing and everyone need to be in hospital right now, but the problem is I'm a very "cold" person and may break the news without even sounding even a little concerned.
I just don't want them to take the wrong impression of me, so how to break the news correctly, without sounding like a cold person?
Note: It seems it's ironic that I wrote the answer in How to enquire about someone after they learned bad news? and then received the unfortunate side of the story. The answer show my cold, calculated approach when I'm faced with bad news, when in reality I wish I can be the one burst in tears when I'm faced with the death/dying close person.
I'm in Indonesia, so I'm mainly looking for answers considering Asian culture. The family has a strong Asian culture - so we're really close (though I'm not as much).