trib.al – “I firmly believe that it was a calling and that God wanted me to,” Martin Salia said in an April 2014 interview about why he worked to treat Ebola patients at Kissy Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Salia died of the disease on Nov. 17. (United Methodist Communications via YouTube) Martin Salia, the doctor who died of the Ebola virus on Monday while receiving treatment in Omaha, said in an interview before he went to Sierra Leone that “it wasn’t going to be rosy… but I firmly believe God wanted me to do it.

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