Mystery Illness in NZ

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posted on Aug, 29 2003 @ 07:15 PM
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"She settled herself in her chair and whatever happened, happened in half an hour's time - from the time she got home to when I got home. And she was very ill when I got home but she was still alive," Mr Campbell said.

A doctor was called and arrived within minutes. By the time an ambulance crew arrived soon after they needed to restart her heart before taking her to hospital.

www.stuff.co.nz...

3 people have died from an unexplained illness causing pulmonary hemmorhage (massive bleeding in the lungs). All lived in the same town, and all were in good health before their sudden death.
Health officials are saying the deaths aren't related to an infectious agent.

So...statistical blip, toxin of some sort, or something more?
This is very odd, and with all 3 living so close to one another, my money's NOT on a statistical blip!

-B.




posted on Aug, 29 2003 @ 07:21 PM
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How they died is pretty gruesome. One guy survived and said he just started feeling ill, so sat down and when he coughed, blood started pouring out of his mouth.

Personally I don't think we are in any dangggggg uuuuuurrrrrkkkkkkkk!!!!!!! ............................



posted on Aug, 29 2003 @ 07:25 PM
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Originally posted by Netchicken
How they died is pretty gruesome. One guy survived and said he just started feeling ill, so sat down and when he coughed, blood started pouring out of his mouth.

Personally I don't think we are in any dangggggg uuuuuurrrrrkkkkkkkk!!!!!!! ............................



Um, medic?

Reminds me of that movie "Scanners."
But somehow I don't think it's the same.

-B.



posted on Aug, 29 2003 @ 10:44 PM
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Hmmm.... Ebola? Something related?

In that vein, I saw a report on Discovery Channel a couple of years ago about a mobilization of USAAMRID to Brazil...

Seems that Brazilian SpecFor members were undergoing a jungle survival course. A 6 man team was dropped off in middle of the jungle for 14 days with not much more than a knife each, to learn how to stay alive by themselves.

One of them caught a couple of monkeys, and they had dinner... a few days later, they signaled for an emergency medical evacuation several days early. By the time the evac helo showed up, 1 member was dead, and 3 others were severely ill. I believe all of them ended up dead by the time USAAMRID showed up.

The symptoms sounded exactly like Ebola (severe body hemmorhaging), but Ebola is from Africa.... wonder how it showed up in South America???



posted on Aug, 29 2003 @ 10:58 PM
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I'm paraphrasing Newstalk ZB news here...

Dunedin Deaths Still A Mystery
30/08/2003 03:30 PM

Tests so far into the sudden deaths of three Dunedin people have proved negative, ruling out several possible causes of death.

Medical specialists are baffled by the deaths, within ten days of each other, of two women and one man from pulmonary haemorrhaging....

* Tests show it's NOT meningococcal disease.

* Samples have been sent to the Centre for Communicable Diseases in Atlanta Georgia.



posted on Aug, 29 2003 @ 11:26 PM
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Poor people... hope it doesnt creep up to canada like sars did... maybe some new water born thing?



posted on Aug, 30 2003 @ 07:19 AM
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Creep up to Canada.. ha . Amazes be how geographicaly ingonrant some people are.

Scary is this mystery, and a little to close to home. Infact its almost home. Consequentally these deaths are occuring just after a 7.1 earth quake just rock the southern regions of the south island. I leave it to the conspricy theorist to speculate on a possible connection.

Personally I belive it to be some type of poisoning, since all three people that have died , all lived within 5 kilometers of each other. Here in New Zealand thats close enough to be next door neighboors.



posted on Aug, 30 2003 @ 08:01 PM
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maddas

I support your toxicity assumption fully.

I would also go easy on the Canada statement. SARS crept from Hong King to Canada, and I deon't think the member making the comment necessarily felt that Dunedin was a suburb of Pittsburgh.

As you're close to the action, I would really be interested in your continuing posting on this topic - you may just be privvy to info that no-one else here gets!






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