Over 1,550 people in four West African countries have died as a result of the Ebola virus since the beginning of the recent outbreak back in March. Now, a video has surfaced showing a real-life scary movie situation involving an Ebola patient from ELWA hospital in Monrovia, who escaped from quarantine and caused an uproar in the streets before being subdued by hospital workers in hazmat suits.

“A patient suspected of suffering from the deadly Ebola virus left quarantine in Monrovia to search for food at a local market,” explains the video description. “The video shows him being chased and finally being caught by doctors. He is forced back into an ambulance while scared and angry crowds watched on. One local woman said care for Ebola patients was so inadequate they were not even being fed. "The patients are hungry, they are starving. No food, no water. The government need to do more," she said.

The incident that occurred this past Monday has fueled criticism against President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and the Liberian government. The current President of Liberia has worked with government and health officials to build five new Ebola treatment centers capable of housing 100 patients. Liberia has accounted for the highest infection rate with an estimated 700 deaths out of 1,327 suspected and confirmed Ebola cases. Although the survival rate during the current Ebola outbreak is considered higher than previous outbreaks, it still stands at 47 percent.