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Dallas / Jim Pitts / Nancy Writebol / Bruce Farber #1288953

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 16, 2014
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There is sharp new criticism tonight of the Dallas hospital that has become the focus of the Ebola story in this country, and it comes from a nurse who works there. Briana Aguirre Ray says the hospital was not prepared to deal with the disease. Texas Presbyterian is where the first US diagnosed Ebola patient died and where two nurses who treated him caught the disease. One is now being cared for in Atlanta. The other was sent to suburban Washington. We have a team of correspondents covering the ...
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