Nursing Home That Had 12 People Die Lays Off All Workers


Ninety-year-old Cecilia Franco died early Monday morning, almost a month after Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills' air conditioning broke for several days, and the care facility did not evacuate patients.

The Miami Herald said Ms Franco's husband Miguel Antonio Franco, who also lived at the home, died on September 13.

The Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, in a letter, notified the state that it let 245 employees go on September 20, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

A Florida nursing home that was shut down after 12 residents died following Hurricane Irma has laid off its workers. Cecilia Franco, one of the residents evacuated hours after residents began dying, was described by family lawyers as being in serious condition.

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On Sept. 13, eight residents died and other residents were evacuated from the sweltering facility after the electric transformer that powered the facility's air conditioning was damaged during the storm. Some who died had body temperatures as high as 109.9 degrees Fahrenheit.

Authorities have not charged anyone, but the police are treating the deaths as a criminal matter.

"We took part in emergency management preparedness calls with local and state emergency officials, other nursing homes and health regulators", he said.

Workers losing their jobs include occupational, speech and physical therapists, nurses and dietary aids.