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Porter was a doctor with the HazMat team which attended the release of the radioactive material in Panorama City during Day 2.

Day 2 Edit

Porter told George Mason that he had inhaled plutonium, and based on the particle size, atmospheric saturation, and length of time exposed, the exposure level was lethal. He had between one day and a week to live ("10:00am-11:00am").

Just after 11am, Porter told Mason that his personal belongings had been moved from his car to the ambulance, and it was ready to leave to the hospital whenever he was. Mason asked what symptoms he might expect leading up to his death. Porter said that there was a latent period where he would be asymptomatic, which can occur even in the most extreme cases of radiation. However, he said that this period would last a maximum of twelve hours. He asked about Mason's current condition, and he told him that he felt nauseous. Porter offered to give him something to control this, which Mason accepted. He asked about further conditions, and Porter listed loss of hair, gastrointestinal haemorrhaging, skin lesions, mouth and nostril bleeding, deteriorating mental functions and eventually a comatose state ("11:00am-12:00pm").

Before he could continue, Porter was interrupted by LAPD officer Arroyo who told Mason that he had an important call from Tony Almeida. Porter tried to make the officer go away, but Mason accepted the call and spoke to Tony ("11:00am-12:00pm").

Memorable quotes Edit

  • Porter: Your hair will start to fall out.
  • George Mason: I'm used to that.

Live appearancesEdit

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