The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, which had no air conditioning after Hurricane Irma knocked out power to the facility, was evacuated on Sept. 13. Eight elderly residents died. Lawsuits filed in Broward court this week allege that the nursing home’s administrators and Flower Power & Light share responsibility for the deaths.
The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, which had no air conditioning after Hurricane Irma knocked out power to the facility, was evacuated on Sept. 13. Eight elderly residents died. Lawsuits filed in Broward court this week allege that the nursing home’s administrators and Flower Power & Light share responsibility for the deaths. John McCall Sun Sentinel
The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, which had no air conditioning after Hurricane Irma knocked out power to the facility, was evacuated on Sept. 13. Eight elderly residents died. Lawsuits filed in Broward court this week allege that the nursing home’s administrators and Flower Power & Light share responsibility for the deaths. John McCall Sun Sentinel

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