Ebola: Shortage of Ambulances a Challenge for Health Workers

A major concern for health workers in Liberia’s capital Monrovia is that a shortage of ambulances is causing Ebola victims to die at home. This poses a potential risk to their communities. Nearly two thousand people are believed to have died from the disease across the country. Carol Oyola brings the story of the crew of one private ambulance in Monrovia, and how they face a daily uphill task in rushing Ebola victims to hospital.