San Antonio man returns from helping fight Ebola
“They’re fighting it and they’re winning,” Nino said. “They’re not out of the woods, but they have the organization now, they have the frameworks to basically organize around the problem.”
However, life didn’t stop because of Ebola, and he showed News 4 pictures of happier times with friends and children at the beach. He first went to Liberia nine years ago as a Marine, but says this trip left a lasting impact.