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Catterick Garrison medics help with fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone

Over 100 army medics from Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire are being deployed to Sierra Leone to help in the fight against Ebola. Catterick clinicians form the lead unit who will train staff working in the UK's ebola treatment centres.

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North Yorkshire soldiers head to Sierra Leone

Army medics trained at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire have left the country to join British efforts in fighting the Ebola outbreak.

They will man the Ebola Training Academy in Sierra Leone, which will supply five treatment centres currently being built by the UK.

North Yorkshire soldiers head to Sierra Leone

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