African Doctor Dies of Ebola in Nebraska
When the first test came back negative, Dr. Martin Salia and his colleagues in Sierra Leone celebrated. But turns out that first test was wrong. The doctor, whose wife and two children live in the U.S., was then flown to America, but it was too late. As his family mourns, fears are spreading in the Freetown hospital where he worked and where his fellow health-care workers doffed their protective gear days following the first — false — test results.