Criminal Probe Opened Into Eight Senior Deaths at Florida Nursing Home After Power Loss from Hurrica

Опубликовано 13 сентября 2017, 23:55
Police on Wednesday opened a criminal investigation into the deaths of eight elderly patients inside a stifling South Florida nursing home that lost power during Hurricane Irma. Irma killed at least 29 people in Florida, plus seven more in Georgia and South Carolina combined. Some 4.2 million homes and businesses were still without power on Wednesday in Florida and neighboring states, down from a peak outage tally of 7.4 million customers on Monday. The power losses had tragic consequences at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hill, a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida, north of Miami. Three elderly residents were found dead on Wednesday inside the sweltering facility, which had been left without air conditioning, officials said. Five more patients from the nursing home later died at a nearby hospital. Police said they have opened an investigation into possible criminal negligence.

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