Newly released 911 calls capture the unfolding crisis at a Florida nursing home that lost its air conditioning after Hurricane Irma, subjecting its patients to sweltering heat and ultimately leading to the deaths of 14 people. In the first call from the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills
Weeks after Miguel Antonio Franco died when his Florida nursing home lost air conditioning from Hurricane Irma, his wife, Cecilia Franco, became the 13th person to die from the incident, police confirmed to ABC News today. Another patient was confirmed to have died, authorities said today, bringing
A 10th person has died after a Florida nursing home lost its air conditioning in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, subjecting the residents to sweltering heat. Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills resident Martha Murray, 94, died Wednesday, the Hollywood Police Department announced in a press
The personal cellphone of Florida Gov. Rick Scott was called by nursing home officials at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills asking for assistance, the governor's office confirmed to ABC News on Saturday. Eight residents of the nursing home, which is affiliated with Larkin Community
A Florida nursing home is facing a criminal investigation after 8 residents died after the facility's air-conditioning system failed in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
Some patients who were admitted to a South Florida hospital after they were evacuated from a nearby nursing home that had lost air conditioning due to Hurricane Irma had temperatures of up to 106 degrees, officials from Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood told ABC News. Eight residents of the
Eight people have died after Hurricane Irma knocked out air conditioning at a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida, police said. While the cause of death was not immediately clear, the facility, Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, evacuated all its residents to hospitals because of the cooling
The death toll from Hurricane Irma has climbed to 22 in the United States following its path of destruction across the Caribbean and through the Southeast U.S. over the weekend, while power has now been restored to over 2 million customers in Florida. And Monroe County announced Tuesday night that