Report: Plane Leaves GA To Evacuate Americans With Ebola

Report: Plane Leaves GA To Evacuate Americans With Ebola
(Undated) -- An airplane is headed to West Africa to evacuate two Americans infected by the deadly Ebola virus. CNN reports a medical charter flight has left Georgia and is on its way to Liberia to retrieve the two charity workers. The report said it was unclear when the two would arrive in the U.S. or where the plane would land. At least one patient will be taken to a hospital at Emory University, close to the Centers for Disease Control headquarters in Atlanta. Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol are said to be in grave condition.