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Morris's 911 Call
Thursday, November 8, 2001

Edited excerpts from a 911 call made just hours before Thomas L. Morris Jr. died of anthrax. The District postal worker called 911 and told an operator that he worked in the Brentwood Road plant and had been exposed to a powder he suspected contained the bacteria. He said he was suffering "almost to a T" the symptoms of the disease, as described in a Postal Service letter.

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Courtesy Prince George's County 911

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