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Eleven people reported feeling ill, Arlington fire officials said. People in the building took "immediate preventative measures" and evacuated the building, the Marine Corps said on Twitter, adding that several Marines were those receiving medical care. People inside the office where the letter was opened said they began feeling poorly and complained of sore throats, a spokesperson at the military base told The Associated Press.
originally posted by: ausername
originally posted by: notsure1
a reply to: EchoesInTime
Dang every time I see something like this I am going to think about that damm CDC employee.
They better catch him soon.
If nothing else you're creating a compelling plot for a good movie.
Scary stuff here.
originally posted by: howtonhawky
a reply to: FamCore
i first heard reported yesterday evening.
with the nose bleeds and such i bet someone here can narrow down the substance
Fever and chills
Swelling of neck or neck glands