Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Paramedics, ER staff under Ebola observation

DALLAS — Three Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedics and several emergency room workers at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital are off work and under observation after making contact with the patient being treated for Ebola.

None of the individuals have been identified.

Tuesday night, the Centers for Disease Control flew in a team of 10 Ebola experts to help local officials and the hospital staff.

Perhaps the most tangible evidence of Ebola in Dallas is an ambulance parked in a city lot in Pleasant Grove.

It's quarantined and roped off with red tape warning of a biohazard. Ambulance No. 37 carried the Ebola patient to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday morning.

Story here


November 4th is not far off... 33 days to be exact.

I shouldn't have to tell you what day that is. I expect things to get a bit interesting over the next month. Not that it matters anyway... If voting changed anything it'd be illegal.

And now we wait to see how this Ebola in Dallas plays out...

MOPP Gear at the ready.

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