By: Caroline Machiraju

Danville, PA – Michele Fallon is living a nightmare. And, she’s ready to put that nightmare on record.

The Danville woman is now experiencing symptoms, believed to be related to her close encounter with wild monkeys, when the trailer they were riding in collided with a dump truck and unloaded their cages all over Route 54, close to I-80, on Friday afternoon. (The monkeys were destined for an unidentified Centers for Disease Control lab, in the Midwest.)

The following day, Fallon developed a cough and something that resembled “pink-eye.” And, by Sunday, she was visiting the Geisinger Medical Center emergency room, where infectious disease doctors were consulted. Fallon has since received her first (of 4) preventative rabies shots; as well as a prescription for a 14-day course of Valacyclovir.

The stay-at-home mom, who shared that she was fully vaccinated and received her booster, was also tested for Covid, but the results at the ER were negative.

Fallon is still processing the sequence of events that unfolded on Friday. She pulled over to check on the condition of the accident victims, but she said they were more concerned about press coverage of the incident.

The driver of the truck hauling the monkeys, identified in a press release from PA State Police, as Cody M. Brooks, 31, of Keystone Heights, FL even went so far as to put his hand in the camera of a local Press-Enterprise reporter. “He was very, very upset,” said Fallon. “He was in a panic.” Brooks passenger, Daniel G. Adkins, 59, of Florahome, FL required transport to Geisinger Medical Center for an injury.

Many questions remain unanswered for Fallon, like what are these monkeys possibly infected with? Why wasn’t the vehicle marked indicating it was carrying potentially bio-hazardous contents? Why were the three monkeys that fled instantly euthanized and not captured? What did the CDC tell her doctor to test for?

Nothing forewarned Fallon that she was putting her health at risk. It was only after her risky encounter, when a CDC representative who appeared on the scene, advised her to watch for symptoms and to alert her primary care doctor. She also said the CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health would be in touch (see letters).

“This has been a nightmare,” she said. “I had no idea doing a good deed like this could get me a rabies shot and put me in this situation.”

Fallon was simply showing compassion; she told the trailer driver that he’s “in Danville, we take care of people.” Now, she’s the one needing care.

Fallon said there were other motorists who stopped at the scene. Fallon could not identify those people but suspected some might also have been put at risk. The email from PA DOH indicated that efforts would be made to track them down with the assistance of police.

Those who believe they may have had contact with the monkeys are asked, per the CDC letter, to seek medical attention and contact PA DOH at (717) 787-3350.

The three monkeys who fled from the scene were euthanized. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has since issued a statement on this incident, indicating that the organization has filed a complaint with the US Department of Agriculture’s Director of Animal Welfare Operations, asking him to investigate the treatment of these monkeys. They report that the “USDA has now confirmed that it’s investigating.”

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  1. Recall that the initial reportage of this accident indicated that the monkeys were headed TO a lab, and not that they were FROM a lab. I immediately suspected that the monkeys were being transported FROM a lab. Where were they infected? Why would a lab accept a load of diseased monkeys if not for the fact they were expecting to receive sick monkeys?

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    1. Wild caught, newly imported monkeys, going to a lab. Might be carrying anything found in nature.

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      1. Herpes B virus, causes cold sore like lesions in macaques, lethal encephalitis in humans

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    2. How do you know they were not being transported from BSL-4 to another? Looking on google maps we have several bio 4 labs w/n a few hours so TAKE YOUR PICK. It’s not good

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    3. BSL-4 labs have used mauritius macaque to experiment and infect them w/ hemorrhagic fever. I would keep an eye on this story. Covid is a BSL-2 just to give you an idea. Space suits w/ several layers of protective clothing and dipping your equpment and yourself in Evirchem solution and you can still become infected.

      https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1992/10/26/crisis-in-the-hot-zone

      Nancy Jaax continued with the experiment, and all the monkeys that had been infected with Ebola died; the drugs had no effect on the course of the disease. She kept two control monkeys—healthy monkeys—apart from the others, in separate cages inside the hot suite. Then both control monkeys died of Ebola. They had not been injected with virus, and their cages were on the far side of the room from those of the sick monkeys. “So the question is: How did they get it?” Lieutenant Colonel Nancy Jaax said to me. “They probably got it from aerosolized droplets from the sick monkeys. That was when I knew that Ebola could spread through the air.”

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      1. I’m NOT stating that is what this is.

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      2. I read the hot zone years ago, your reference is spot on

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    4. Oh, they had something that the CDC knew about and just won’t say what it is.

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    5. Initially officials said the monkeys responded to the names, Cornelius, Zira and Caesar.

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      1. Joseph Ryan Thompson January 27, 2022 at 9:39 am

        😂

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  2. Anyone seen the Film ‘ 12 Monkeys’
    ??

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  3. THIS IS HOW THEY “PLANNED” an EBOLA OUTBREAK!! ……TORESAID.com

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  4. The USA has an appalling truck and monkey safety record that’s required intervention by numerous law enforcement agencies down to the local level stretching back into the 1970s. A man from Milwaukee used to travel the USA in a red and white truck and allowed a simian companion to sometimes take the wheel. Another man drove with an Orangutan in California, and even had run ins with motorcycle gangs. It’s time for the US to take these issues seriously.

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    1. Sound’s like Clint Eastwood in the Movie” Every Which Way But Loose”, I have lived he all my life and don’t recall this actually happening. I do know that a man in San Franfreakshow married his horse, but then weird things go on up there.

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    2. Right turn Clyde

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    3. Joseph Ryan Thompson January 27, 2022 at 9:40 am

      😂

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    1. Fake ass news to try to scare the sheep again lmao DONT FALL FOR IT AGAIN

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      1. Just keep looking into your crystal ball!😂🤤🤤🤤🤤

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    2. If it is real let’s hang the people who were experimenting on these monkeys because they are responsible for more death if true!!!

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  5. Maryellen Silberg January 25, 2022 at 5:47 pm

    The fact that the CDC has told people to watch fir symptoms..andvthe 3 escapee monkeys were destroyed is a dead give away that these monkeys were infected….with what??

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    1. Probably Herpes B. Sad thing is, there is a protocol that MUST be followed within 12 minutes of exposure, that works. If you don’t follow that specific protocol, you die. 100% fatal in humans if protocol isn’t followed. Alternatively, whatever the monkeys had could be far far farrrrrr worse. Cheers!

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  6. They are hiding way too much…Doesn’t sound on the up& up to me!🤔

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  7. It seems that because alot of people have started to wake up for the hole vid fraud we have all been living through for the last 2 years.now they had to come up with a way to release something more serious!!! Only time will tell but I don’t have a good feeling about this at all!!!!

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    1. Joseph Ryan Thompson January 27, 2022 at 9:42 am

      😲 wow! That is CrAzY!

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  8. READ THE LETTER IN SMALL PRINT. It lists symptoms of the deadly MARBURG VIRUS, a virus like Ebola. It has between a 53% to 88% fatality rate. I do not believe this was an “accident.” Marburg causes the affected creature or human to BLEED to death***It is from Africa.

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    1. How can we read the letter “in small print”??? It’s part of the article and there is nothing else in the letter for us to read.

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    2. If your statement were true, Africans should have bled to death by now. They live around monkeys with zero incidences of their diseases cross infecting humans. Most diseases that have crossed from animals to humans have done so with assistance from pharmaceutical and military labs. You can verify my comment by having a conversation with a qualified veterinarian.
      This idiotic notion that deadly diseases originate from Africa and our simian relatives is a fallacious lie told with malicious intent, that also has psychological cognitive dissonance effect.
      It’s no different from the current Fauci and Gates lab designed coronavirus (bio-weapon), now labeled Wuhan virus, yet it was originally patented by the CDC in 2002. You cannot patent a naturally occurring disease, that’s the big elephant in the room, so what does a wet market in Wuhan have to do with coronavirus? Nothing.
      These monkeys have purposely been brought to the US, and have been infected with a soon to be known “naturally” occurring virus.
      It’s time to get rid of these animals. Am wondering which one goes first.

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  9. Somebody looking for free money. Sick the next get real.

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  10. Hmmmmm don’t see a hint of “pink eye” on her pic….. tired of fake people wanting money to sit on thier a$$ for life 🙄 sick of people getting everything for nothing, work for a living and know what a REAL reward feels like!!!!! Tired of paying you to sit on your a$$ for nothing and bitching at me why your copays aren’t free or need a prior authorization!!!!!!!!! Your don’t pay for insurance so stop bitching!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Obviously they used a picture of her from prior to the incident…

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  11. Sorry what happened to Her, but I don’t like Any Testings being done on Animals

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    1. Do you like the current gigantic human experiment being conducted by pharmaceuticals in concert with so called global elites? Am sure you don’t, not because humans are any better than monkeys, but because all life should be respected.
      Earth needs healing

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  12. […] was not harmed. After the accident, he was in a panic and acted suspiciously. This is according to an eyewitness report from Michelle Fallon, a woman who arrived at the scene of the […]

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  16. […] was not harmed. After the accident, he was in a panic and acted suspiciously. This is according to an eyewitness report from Michelle Fallon, a woman who arrived at the scene of the […]

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  17. […] was not harmed. After the accident, he was in a panic and acted suspiciously. This is according to an eyewitness report from Michelle Fallon, a woman who arrived at the scene of the […]

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  18. If we continue to let scientists play “God”, we are bound to bring an end to mankind at some point. Stop the madness….

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  19. […] Allegedly, there were no biohazard markings anywhere on the truck which would have notified the lady as to there being dangerous contents within the truck. Whether these markings are necessary for monkey shipments is up for debate. It’s also important to point out that the NFPA Hazard Diamond is not something a lay person can easily translate, should it have been present and warned about the contents. […]

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  23. […] was not harmed. After the accident, he was in a panic and acted suspiciously. This is according to an eyewitness report from Michelle Fallon, a woman who arrived at the scene of the […]

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  25. […] Allegedly, there were no biohazard markings anywhere on the truck which would have notified the lady as to there being dangerous contents within the truck. Whether these markings are necessary for monkey shipments is up for debate. It’s also important to point out that the NFPA Hazard Diamond is not something a lay person can easily translate, should it have been present and warned about the contents. […]

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  26. Bill Gates has been funding vaccine research for Marburg (which is a cousin of ebola). He also speaks publicly of the next pandemic. These monsters need to be jailed so they can do no more crimes to humanity. All their insane wealth needs to be confiscated and redistributed to the vaccine injured and their familys…. IN ALL COUNTRIES!

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  27. […] was not harmed. After the accident, he was in a panic and acted suspiciously. This is according to an eyewitness report from Michelle Fallon, a woman who arrived at the scene of the […]

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  30. Those poor little monkeys were probably better off getting euthanized right then, rather than get what was probably going to happen to them at the next stop. Remember that picture a few months ago of the dogs with their heads in the cage being eaten alive by mosquitos?

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  31. […] Allegedly, there were no biohazard markings anywhere on the truck which would have notified the lady as to there being dangerous contents within the truck. Whether these markings are necessary for monkey shipments is up for debate. It’s also important to point out that the NFPA Hazard Diamond is not something a lay person can easily translate, should it have been present and warned about the contents. […]

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