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14 From Nursing Home Face Patient Abuse Charges

From today's Albany TimesUnion:

Fourteen nurses and aides at the Northwoods Rehabilitation and Extended Care Facility outside of Troy were charged Wednesday with endangering the welfare of an elderly resident, plus felony falsification of business records and multiple misdemeanor violations of the public health law.

The article indicates that the investigation was conducted by the State Attorney General's Office.

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