Short Study File #51
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Date February 27, 1970
Doctor SEVERT H. JACOBSON, 2122 B Beech Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina, furnished the following Information:
Doctor JACOBSON advised that he is currently the resident surgeon at Womack Army Hospital, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and a captain in the United States Army. He advised that he was on resident call from about 4:300 PM on February 16, 1970 to 7:30 AM on February 17, 1970.
Doctor JACOBSON advised that he first saw Captain JEFFREY R. MACDONALD at approximately 4:30 AM on February 17, 1970. He advised that he had been called to the emergency room and saw the captain there. He advised he then remained with MACDONALD through his preliminary examination in the emergency room, to x-ray room and finally to Ward 2D which is the surgical intensive care ward. He advised that during this period he was not called upon to perform any surgical activities on Captain MACDONALD.
To the best of his recollection, Captain JACOBSON described Captain MACDONALD'S injuries as follows:
(1) Superficial laceration on left upper arm - not bleeding.
(2) Bruise on forehead - moderately swollen.
(3) Small, approximately one centimeter in diameter, puncture wound in right lower chest.
(4) Superficial laceration on left upper abdomen.
(5) Small puncture wounds (four or five) in vicinity of left chest near nipple appearing like pin pricks with various others scattered around chest area.