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Legionnaires disease

Twenty-eight others were hospitalized as a result of the spread first detected in May.
Four people are currently hospitalized with the disease.
Out of the more than 27,000 summonses the Health Department handed out last year, roughly 14,000 were dismissed.
Diagnosed cases of Legionnaires’ in New York City are rising.
One person died in the most recent outbreak.
One person had died and 13 others have been infected with Legionnaires' disease in the Morris Park section of the Bronx.
The Health Department has declared the outbreak officially over, and identified its source.
Officials say case is not related to the outbreak in the South Bronx.
City and state officials offered conflicting reports as to how many cooling towers were identified in the outbreak.
More buildings have been found to be contaminated but the city says the outbreak is contained.
This comes as Governor Cuomo dispatched 150 inspectors and support staff to assist with testing.
Family members of victims say the city could have done more to prevent a near-epidemic.
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