What began as a one-vehicle collision with a guardrail on Highway 93 South between Lolo and Missoula, led to a chain reaction of vehicle crashes resulting in one person transported to St. Patrick Hospital, and three traffic citations.
Providence St. Patrick Hospital issued a news release late Tuesday night to the hundreds of media inquiries they have received over the past few weeks regarding their preparations to treat any patients who may present with Ebola.
Missoula is one in four locations across the country that are officially prepared to handle a case of Ebola, however, hundreds in the area have made frantic calls to hospitals and emergency services, worried about the issue.
Even though St. Patrick Hospital has an officially approved facility for handling patients with the Ebola virus, Marshall Bloom with Rocky Mountain Labs in Hamilton said this week that all well-equipped medical facilities can safely handle these highly contagious diseases, including Missoula Community Medical Center.
Scientists with the Rocky Mountain Laboratories have been studying the Ebola virus for several years, working with other facilities around the world to develop effective treatments for the virulent disease.
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