The Postal Worker: Tom Morris' Last Call

Thomas Morris Jr., who worked in the post-office building that processed the Daschle letter, thought he might have had anthrax when he called 911 early in the morning Oct. 21. He died later that day. He was 55.

911: What's the problem?

MORRIS: Ah, I, I don't know if I have been, but I suspect that I might have been exposed to anthrax.

911: Do you know when?

MORRIS: It was last, what, last Saturday a week ago, last Saturday morning at work. I work for the Postal Service. I've been to the doctor. Ah, I went to the doctor...

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