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... Jake Tapper asked if the state was ready to handle the type of coronavirus-related tragedy that occurred in Kirkland, Wash., where 19 people had died at the Life Care Center nursing home.”

Gene Campbell, 89, who contracted the coronavirus disease at the Life Care Center of Kirkland in early March, leaves the hospital after spending six weeks at Swedish Medical Center Edmonds in Washington. More photos: 📷 @lindseywasson 

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Kirkland's Life Care Center had the first outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S.

The daughter of Life Care resident Twilla Morin, who died March 4 of suspected COVID-19 at Life Care Center of Kirkland, is suing the company that owns the nursing home, claiming wrongful death and fraud.

BREAKING: The death toll at the Henrico County long-term care facility has now surpassed Life Care Center of Kirkland, a Seattle-area nursing home tied to at least 43 COVID-19 deaths.

The daughter of Life Care resident Twilla Morin, who died March 4 of suspected COVID-19 at Life Care Center of Kirkland, is suing the company that owns the nursing home, claiming wrongful death and fraud.

Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Life Care Center in Kirkland. #Washington  #WashingtonStateState 

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The daughter of a woman who reportedly died in early March of suspected COVID-19 at the Life Care Center in Kirkland is suing the nursing home for wrongful death and fraud, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in King County Superior Court.

The daughter of a woman who died of a suspected coronavirus case at a Seattle-area nursing home connected to dozens of COVID-19 deaths is suing the company that owns the Life Care Center of Kirkland.

The daughter of a woman who reportedly died in early March of suspected COVID-19 at the Life Care Center in Kirkland is suing the nursing home for wrongful death and fraud, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in King County Superior Court.

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The 911 calls came in one after another: Difficulty breathing. Turning blue. Come quickly. They were all for the same place: the Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington. And they give a frightening preview of what could be coming.

Inside the first #coronavirus  outbreak in the US. Nurses and staff of Life Care Center of Kirkland share their story for the first time with us. A nurse reveals a symptom she saw all her #COVID ー19 patients had “red rimmed eyes.”

"You're going off to war and you're in a battlefield where supplies are limited. The help is slow to get to you." Meet the health care workers from Life Care Center of Kirkland, Washington, who were among the first to battle Covid-19 in the US.

A nurse from the Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, describes a war-like struggle as it became the epicenter of the first coronavirus outbreak inside the US. "There's lots of casualties and ... you can't see the enemy," she says.

JUST IN: Two patients from the Life Care Center of Kirkland nursing home in Washington state who had tested positive for COVID-19 have recovered and are now testing negative, nursing home officials say.

Staff who worked at long-term care facilities in the Seattle area while they were sick contributed to the spread of the coronavirus, federal health officials say. At least 30 coronavirus deaths have been linked to Life Care Center in nearby Kirkland.

I UPDATED this tonight. 48 US Coronavirus Deaths Most of the deaths are in Washington State. More than half (25) are from Life Care Center nursing facility in Kirkland, King County, Washington.

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4/ Kirkland firefighters are asking for testing for all 103 members because of so much contact with people who have died of and/or contracted COVID 19. At least 22 patients from the Life Care Center nursing facility in the city have died from the novel coronavirus.

When first responders reported last week to the Life Care Center in Kirkland WA, they found an understaffed facility with inadequate gear attempting to serve dozens of patients vulnerable to catching the virus, a first responder familiar with the situation tells me. 1/

Just three staff members reported to Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning to serve about 90 residents, a first responder familiar with the situation told CNN.

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