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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(castro Valley, California: Stephanie Elam) The abandonment of elderly patients at the Valley Spring nursing home in California examined; scenes shown of the facility shut down by the state. [Valley Spring cook Maurice ROWLAND- says he was overwhelmed, but had to stay with the residents.] [Alameda Co. sheriff's department J.D. NELSON- says there was no patient care there.] [Resident's sister Jean PONG- calls for accountability.] [Deputy director of public affairs Michael WESTON- comments on the residents' care.] What the nursing home owners are saying, the fate of residents moved to hospitals and new care facilities discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Elam, Stephanie
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