Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Nurse Leaves Hospital Still Mourning 'Executed' Dog

A Spanish nursing assistant who recovered from Ebola credited health care workers with saving her life Wednesday and offered to donate blood to help others. Still, Teresa Romero slammed Spanish officials for killing her beloved dog , saying the mixed breed named Excalibur was unnecessarily executed. The 44-year-old Romero issued a statement as she was released from Madrid's Carlos the third hospital where she spent the past 30 days, most of it in quarantine. Her husband, Javier Limon, read Romero's remarks about Excalibur as she listened at his side, saying his wife was too emotional to talk about the dog that was like a child to the childless couple.

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