Investigators probe deaths at Georgia personal care home

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Officials are investigating why two older residents died at a Georgia personal care home, while three of their four fellow residents were hospitalized. The Augusta Chronicle reports a medical examiner is working on autopsy reports for 84-year-old Georgia Blount and 75-year-old Sylvia Reid. They were found dead at the First Love Personal Care Home in Augusta on Sunday. The residents who were hospitalized have been released and are in the care of their families. Richmond County district attorney’s office Investigator William Loomer says he had made numerous complaints to the state about three personal care homes in Augusta owned by Carol Lisenbee.

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