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US doctor with Ebola arrives in Atlanta
By Ray Henry, The Associated Press
NEW YORK - An Air Force spokesman says a patient infected with Ebola in Africa has arrived at a military air base outside Atlanta and is being brought to a hospital in the city.
Dobbins Air Reserve Base spokesman Lt. Col. James Wilson says the first of two Americans who worked for missionary groups arrived on a flight that landed Saturday.
Samaritan's Purse missionary group tells The Associated Press that Dr. Kent Brantly was on the plane.
He worked at a hospital in Liberia that treats Ebola patients.
He and another aid worker will be treated at a special isolation unit at Emory University Hospital.
A private jet is being used that is outfitted with a special, portable tent designed to transport patients with highly infectious diseases.