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Africa / Ebola Virus / Writebol Interview (Part I) #1071227

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 03, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CDC statistics on the Ebola outbreak in west Africa cited; scenes shown from Liberia as masked medical workers pursue an Ebola victim outside the quarantine zone. Photos of American doctor Rick Sacra††, who has contracted the disease, shown. [In interview, missionary Nancy WRITEBOL - explains their mission in Liberia, talking with Ebola patients' families, how she did not worry about Ebola, learning from her husband Dr. Kent Brantly and she had the virus; states she would go back to Liberia to care for Dr. Sacra.] [Husband David WRITEBOL - talks about his wife and having made pland for her possible death.]
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