Atlanta hospital expects repair of flooding damage to take until fall

January 22, 2020

Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta expects repair of flooding damage to take 9 months, according to an article on the WABE website.

A water pipe break in early December flooded three floors. Hospital officials originally expected repair work to take just a few months. 

Hospital officials originally expected repair work to take just a few months. Now they say it won’t be done until October.

The hospital, with one of the busiest emergency rooms in the country, will operate at a reduced capacity for much of the year, the article said.

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