The family of Isatu Sesay, 16, an Ebola victim, grieved last week as they waited for a burial team to collect Sesay's body, in Kissi Town, Sierra Leone. Sesay's family and neighbors suspected Ebola after she became ill and called more than 35 times for an ambulance from Freetown, where the Ebola command center was less than 45 minutes away, but help never arrived.
The family of Isatu Sesay, 16, an Ebola victim, grieved last week as they waited for a burial team to collect Sesay's body, in Kissi Town, Sierra Leone. Sesay's family and neighbors suspected Ebola after she became ill and called more than 35 times for an ambulance from Freetown, where the Ebola command center was less than 45 minutes away, but help never arrived. DANIEL BEREHULAK The New York Times
The family of Isatu Sesay, 16, an Ebola victim, grieved last week as they waited for a burial team to collect Sesay's body, in Kissi Town, Sierra Leone. Sesay's family and neighbors suspected Ebola after she became ill and called more than 35 times for an ambulance from Freetown, where the Ebola command center was less than 45 minutes away, but help never arrived. DANIEL BEREHULAK The New York Times

Ebola continues to rage in Sierra Leone despite aid push

November 27, 2014 06:00 AM

UPDATED November 27, 2014 10:43 PM

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