WASHINGTON D.C.: Doctors worked to save America’s first Ebola virus patient on Saturday (Sunday in Manila) after he arrived in the United States aboard a private air ambulance and was whisked to a state-of-the-art hospital isolation unit. Onboard was stricken doctor Kent Brantly, one of two American aid workers infected with Ebola as they helped to battle an Ebola outbreak that has claimed more than 700 lives in West Africa since March. The Gulfstream jet, equipped with a collapsible isolation chamber, landed at Dobbins Air Reserve Base outside Atlanta, Georgia just before 11:50 am. The jet pulled up at an aircraft hangar, where it was met by an ambulance and several vehicles, and the convoy then wound its way across Atlanta to Emory University Hospital. His wife Amber Brantly asked for people to pray for his recovery and that of those stricken with the virus in Liberia.