Concerned Doctors had a patient Wed. morning the 22nd October at Kalispell Regional Hospital that was reported to have Ebola like symptoms," High fever, vomiting, and diarrhea" Was said to have recently been in West Africa

It has been reported by reliable 3% sources that an incident has occurred
that local mainstream media sources are not reporting. We have been asked
to share this information with our audience by one of our very own
concerned members whom wishes to remain anonymous to protect their spouse
whom is the reporting Healthcare worker in the know sharing with us this
important information. We have confirmation that a patient was indeed
transported by ambulance from Kalispell to Missoula on the stated date and
with-in the given time frame of the incident. Report was as follows:
Concerned Doctors had a patient Wed. morning the 22nd October at Kalispell
Regional Hospital that was reported to have Ebola like symptoms," High
fever, vomiting, and diarrhea" Was said to have recently been in West
Africa. Kalispell Regional told this individual that there was nothing that
they could do for him and promptly arranged for his transport by ambulance
to St. Patrick Medical center in Missoula. Another interesting point is
that it was also reported that the ambulance attendants wore what appeared
to be Haz-Mat suits. Upon arrival at St Patrick he was accepted by Hospital
employees seemingly in a mini panic of sorts wearing only face masks and
gloves and whisked quickly away! It was also stated that the Charge Nurse
ordered another nurse to check his vitals and she refused stating that she
was breast feeding an infant of her own and did not want to accept the
risk. She reportedly quit on the spot! St. Patrick Hospital at the time of
this release denies that any Ebola patients are being or have been treated
in their facility. I for one am leaning more towards our 3% sources over
what our investigative reporter can get from hospital officials. Submitted
by "The Resistance"

Oct 26, 2014

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