2 of 2: Many videos of it can be found on YouTube, crediting it as being from the Half-Life 2 Beta, and fixing that lie now appears to be impossible. The track is also used as the game menu music for the mod Obsidian Conflict, where it is also incorrectly named "Path of Borealis" and incorrectly credited to Antonov in the mp3 tag.
1 of 2: "Triage at Dawn" is incorrectly said to be based on the track "Path of Borealis", supposedly from the Half-Life 2 Beta. This is completely incorrect, as there is no such thing as a track titled "Path of Borealis" in the playable Half-Life 2 Beta files or any other leaked files. "Path of Borealis" is actually a remix of "Triage at Dawn" made by DJ Dain, named "That Long Train Ride", the song title being apparently based on a note featured in a map of an early Half-Life 2 journey found in Raising the Bar. It was one day presented by a gamer nicknamed "Black Mantis" on the Half-Life 2 Beta oriented Father Grigori Forums. There he pretended he received the track directly from Valve, which was a lie. After that, the lie was spread to the Facepunch forums. Today many players think "Path of Borealis" is a track from Valve, here crediting it to Kelly Bailey, there to Viktor Antonov, who is not even a composer.