Young male who was involved in a forest fire fighting scene, heat stroke. Not burned at all, but had had a temp of 108+F when brought in to the ER. We, the critical care transport team, arrived at the small community hospital to take him to our big university shop about four hours later. He was bleeding everywhere, as the hyperthermia had pretty well cooked his platelets and other proteins. They did get him cooled but he was a mess. We kept trying but couldn't stabilize him before transport so we finally just said, the hell with it, let's just boogie outta here and get him home. We got him to our place but by then he looked like someone with Ebola, bleeding from absolutely everywhere-- eyes, mouth, gut, urine, nose, ears, IV sites, the works ... he was dead about ten hours later, not a mark on him except the IV sites.