Senior Home Accused of Abandoning Residents as Wildfire Nears

Senior Home Accused of Abandoning Residents as Wildfire Nears

Residents in a senior living center in Santa Rosa have filed suit against the facility's owners, claiming that staffers abandoned them in the face of last month's devastating wildfire. In a lawsuit filed Monday in Sonoma County Superior Court, four residents of the now-destroyed Villa Capri assisted living center said they were abandoned by the staff, along with “other residents in wheelchairs, and other residents with dementia who were physically and cognitively incapable of escaping a burning building without assistance.”

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