Source: https://www.msn.com, August 12, 2019 By: Jacqueline Howard, CNN An outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease tied to a prominent Atlanta hotel is the largest recorded Legionella outbreak in Georgia, an official with the public health department told CNN on Sunday. One person died of the disease and 11 other cases were confirmed after stays or visits […]
Source: https://www.seacoastonline.com, January 10, 2019 by: Max Sullivan Stephen Uliano had no idea where he contracted pneumonia this summer until he read a news story two months later about a Legionnaire’s disease outbreak at Hampton Beach. Now Uliano, who came to Hampton Beach with his girlfriend from New York this July, has filed the seventh […]
Source: https://www.seacoastonline.com, December 20, 2018 By: Max Sullivan Two more people filed lawsuits against the Sands Resort, alleging the Hampton Beach hotel was the source of their catching Legionnaires’ disease this summer, claiming they breathed in bacteria released from the hotel’s vents. Randy Clark, of Brookline, Vermont, and Kurt Green, of North Andover, Massachusetts, both […]
Source: http://www.seacoastonline.com, November 23, 2018 By: Max Sullivan Three more lawsuits have been filed against a Hampton Beach hotel identified by state officials as a likely source of a Legionnaire’s disease outbreak this summer. The suits were filed this past Tuesday in Rockingham Superior Court by three plaintiffs from Massachusetts, bringing the total number of […]
Source: http://www.unionleader.com, November 26, 2018 By:Jason Schreiber Sands Resort Management Co. is facing three new lawsuits over an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease at the Hampton Beach hotel during late summer that infected 18 people and resulted in one death. The lawsuits filed last week in Rockingham County Superior Court follow the first suit that was […]
Source: https://www.tennessean.com, November 7, 2018 By: Natalie Neysa Alund and Mariah Timms Emergency crews evacuated a portion of the Westin hotel in downtown Nashville on Wednesday morning and transported several people to the hospital after authorities detected a carbon monoxide leak in the building. The Nashville Fire Department and Metro police responded about 6:50 a.m. at 807 Clark […]
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