Dr.Craig Spencer, 33, a recently returned volunteer with Doctors Without Borders, was rushed to NYC's Bellevue Hospital after experiencing a fever of 100.3 and nausea, ten days after working with West African Ebola victims.
Clad in hazmat suits, FDNY hazardous materials specials sealed off his fifth-floor apartment. Cops blocked off West 147th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam after he was taken to the hospital, witness Oscar Nunez said.Buckle up, sportsfans. Chapter Two is 12 hours and one blood test away, with additional stories arriving 150x/day at five major US airports.
“EMS HAZ TAC Units transferred to Bellevue Hospital a patient who presented a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms,” the Health Department wrote in a statement.
It's a good thing we're keeping that door open, so aid workers from Ebolaville can rapidly get home after working over there, huh?
No word on whether HopeyDopey is still "cautiously optimistic"...
UPDATE: Touchdown for Team Ebola!
So the next question is whether they fly him to NIH, Emory, or U.NE, or if they decide to try their hand at not replicating the THP-Dalls Assclown Parade.
And how long before four networks, the NYTimes, and 435 congresspersons and 33ish senators all begin shitting kittens: because it's always funny until it lands in NYFC.