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June 2002. June 2002. A major jazz concert, with top groups from Europe, the U.S., and Africa, is being held in Vienna for 9 days and is scheduled to move on to Budapest for 5 days. On the 9 th day in Vienna, the following transpires.

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June 2002

  • A major jazz concert, with top groups from Europe, the U.S.,
  • and Africa, is being held in Vienna for 9 days and is
  • scheduled to move on to Budapest for 5 days. On the 9th
  • day in Vienna, the following transpires.
  • An African musician from a popular group calls the night
  • clerk at his small hotel asking for medical help. He says he
  • is very ill and that his colleague has passed out.
  • By the time rescue personnel arrive on the scene, the caller
  • has lost consciousness. Paramedics pronounce the caller’s
  • colleague dead. The cause of death is uncertain.
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June 2002 (Cont)

  • Response to the incident has been slower than usual
  • because the incident occurred at 8 o’clock on a Sunday
  • morning.
  • The police investigation of the death confirms that the
  • deceased carried a Cote d’Ivoire passport and had traveled
  • from his home in Abidjan 10 days ago. Hotel records show
  • that his colleague was from the Cote d’Ivoire as well.
  • In all, 34 musicians – mostly from Africa – were staying in
  • the hotel; 20 of them had left on a 7 a.m. bus bound for
  • Budapest, 6 had left at 6 a.m. for Zagreb, and 8 left with both
  • means of travel and destination unknown.
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June 2002 (Cont)

  • Most of the 34 African musicians who stayed in the hotel had
  • been drinking at the bar until 2 a.m. following the midnight
  • conclusion of their performances.
  • Preliminary reports from the hospital indicate that the caller
  • remains unconscious, suffering from a tropical disease.
  • Emergency checks with world health officials in Atlanta
  • indicate a current Ebola outbreak in central Africa. Tropical
  • disease experts from a major Vienna medical center say
  • the illness could be Ebola.
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