Atlanta hospital closed because of broken water pipe

December 17, 2019

Patients coming to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Ga.,  were redirected to other hospitals recently after a water pipe burst on the sixth floor, according to an article on the WSB-TV website.

The break caused flooding in some patient care areas of the facility.

Of the 700 patients at the hospital, at least 150 patients were transferred to other facilities.

Grady was also on "total diversion," meaning paramedics are being asked to take patients with emergencies to other hospitals

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