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legionnaire's disease

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Forest Hills »

Legionnaires' disease killed one person and infected another at the Queens Boulevard complex.

Lenox Hill »

Low levels of Legionella bacteria have potential to cause human disease, city officials say.

East Harlem »

A switchboard operator from the 23rd Precinct was diagnosed with the disease this week, officials said.

Lenox Hill »

It's likely the bacteria was spread through vapor in the air, but officials don't know from where.

Lenox Hill »

The outbreak has been ongoing for 11 days, city officials said.

Midtown South »

Three other patients who stayed at Hope Lodge on 32nd Street also contracted the illness, the suit says.

Willowbrook »

A resident of The Brielle at Seaview was diagnosed with the disease recently.

Gramercy »

The hospital's water system tested positive for the Legionella bacteria, the spokeswoman said.

Concourse »

Joseph Pilon died at age 71 after visiting Yankee Stadium with his son last summer, a lawsuit says.

Mott Haven »

The violations center on properly registering, removing and maintaining cooling towers.

Midtown »

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Midtown »

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Morris Park »

City health inspectors believe the outbreak stemmed from a cooling tower at Bronx Psychiatric Center.

Morris Park »

The city sampled 35 cooling towers over the weekend, and 15 came back with positive results.