News 12 at 11 o'clock, June 25, 2007
Augusta, GA -- The Augusta Hospital that moved patients out of its ICU because of a problem with the air conditioning last Friday night, has moved them all back in.
Select Specialty Hospital CEO Brian Davis tells News 12 they moved the ICU patients back in Sunday night. The hospital moved them out Friday night after finding temperatures of 80 degrees in the ICU rooms.
Davis says the problem with the A/C turned out to be an electrical issue in the wiring system, and that it had been working intermittently.
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