Legionella and Fatal Legionnaires Pneumonia
4 Lockheed Martin Employees Sickened with Legionnaires’ Disease

Officials at Lockheed Martin’s facility in Marietta, Georgia have officially announced that 4 of their employees have been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease over the course of the last twelve months. This story initially broke on August 2nd, when The Atlanta…

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Hopkins Legionnaires’ Disease Investigated by MN Attorney

See updated information: Citrus Systems, Inc. Linked to Legionnaires Disease in Hopkins, MN. Our law firm is helping people sickened in the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in Hopkins, Minnesota. There are at least 12 confirmed cases with exposure in the Hopkins…

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2 UW Medical Center Patients Contract Legionnaires’ Disease

Two patients admitted to the cardiac unit at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC) in late August were diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease, according to officials at Public Health – Seattle & King County (1). One of the patients was…

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5 with Legionnaires’ Disease in Hopkins, MN

Update: There are now 23 confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ disease in the outbreak linked to Citrus Systems, Inc. in Hopkins, MN. Five people in Hopkins, Minnesota, have been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease, a severe form of pneumonia caused by breathing…

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Corroded City Water Pipes Identified as Likely Source of Legionnaires’ Disease

In the wake of two serious Legionnaires’ disease outbreaks in June 2014 and May 2015 in Flint, Michigan, a new research study (1) has definitively demonstrated that city pipes corroded by the iron in Flint River water were ultimately responsible…

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Legionnaires’ Disease Confirmed in 2 Guests at Golden Sands Club Condominium

The Worcester County Health Department has confirmed that two people who recently stayed at Ocean City, MD’s Golden Sands Club Condominium this June have contracted Legionnaires’ disease. This cluster has appeared less than a year after two guests of the luxury…

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Cancer Patient Caught Legionnaires’ Disease at Pittsburgh’s Allegheny General Hospital

Allegheny General Hospital officials have now revealed that a cancer patient did in fact acquire potentially life-threatening Legionnaires’ disease from contaminated water at their 631-bed facility. 2 other possible cases of hospital-acquired Legionnaires’ disease are currently being investigated; 1 of…

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3 Guests of Blowing Rock’s Meadowbrook Inn & Suites Contract Legionnaires’ Disease

Appalachian District Health Department (AppHealthCare) has issued a public health advisory warning travelers that three guests of the Meadowbrook Inn & Suites in Blowing Rock, N.C. have contracted Legionnaires’ Disease. (1) According to Vicky McLean, the consulting general manager of…

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WorldMark Kapaa Shore Resort Closed; At Least 2 Guests Ill with Legionnaires’ Disease

Two guests who stayed at the WorldMark Kapaa Shore Resort on the island of Kauai, Hawaii have contracted Legionnaire’s Disease, prompting temporary closure of the resort. A third possible case is being investigated. According to a representative of Wyndham Resorts…

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Legionnaires’ Disease Caused by Water System Maintenance Deficiencies

A new study by the CDC found that preventable water system maintenance deficiencies were the primary cause of Legionnaires’ disease outbreaks in the United States. Hundreds of people were sickened because building owners failed to properly maintain water systems and…

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Legionella Bacteria Discovered at The Commons on St. Anthony Healthcare Facility in Auburn, NY

Legionella pneumonia bacteria has been isolated in the water system of The Commons on St. Anthony, a 300-bed long-term nursing and short-term rehabilitation facility located at 3 Saint Anthony Street in Auburn, NY. The facility is operated by Loretto, a…

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Legionella Lingers at Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital

An environmental sample taken from the Outpatient Medical Pavilion of Indiana University’s Health Ball Memorial  Hospital in Muncie, Indiana has proven positive for the potentially dangerous Legionella pneumonia bacteria. In a statement released to The Star Press, the hospital’s Chief…