posted on Oct, 8 2014 @ 07:13 PM
I just got off the phone with an extended relative of mine that was admitted at into the Parkland Hospital emergency room in Dallas approximately 9AM
on Monday 10/06 for an obviously "non-ebola" reason.
This relative told me that shortly after coming in through the ambulance emergency entrance (next to the police station) the hospital locked down the
emergency room doors & they overheard a security guard say (direct quote):
"He tested positive for Ebola. He is in the final stages and dying"
My relative was apparently wheeled out through the emergency room to another area for testing & remained in that area for a number of hours. They were
abruptly discharged around 4pm.
Parkland supposedly does not have any current "positive" cases of Ebola - the only possible link I could find was the homeless man
that rode in the ambulance immediately after Thomas Eric Duncan (before the ambulance was removed from service).
Ebola "contact" located in Dallas, taken to
As a side note, once they had a chance to reflect on the possibility that they were in the same hospital as an Ebola patient, my relative began to
note some concerns about the cleanliness of equipment and sterility of items being used.
Once specific example relayed to me was that the heart monitor pads (sticky pads) had obviously been used before and had "hair and specks of blood" on
them which makes me wonder about how truly sterile our average hospitals are.
That's all I have - just figured I'd post it as it was directly related to me.
edit on 8-10-2014 by coldkidc because: (no reason