JEANNETTE, Pa. - The Monsour Medical Center in Jeannette has been shut down for years, but Channel 11's Julie Fine found out there's sensitive information about former patients l
ying around inside.
According to Fine, the materials could have easily fallen into the wrong hands.
The hospital abruptly closed in 2006 after a number of state inspections, and
city of Jeannette Solicitor Scott Avolio said the staff left a lot behind.
"The most frustrating part of this is they shut the lights off and shut the door," Avolio said.
Avolio said it's a multi
million -dollar project to take down the building, and that's money Jeannette doesn't have.
He said he hopes a group of investors can come together and begin to make progress on the building and the area.
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