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WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, Manhattan (WABC) -- The number of cases of Legionnaires' Disease in a cluster in Upper Manhattan has risen to 18, including one fatality, health officials said Tuesday.Seven people remain hospitalized following the outbreak in Lower Washington Heights and Upper Hamilton Heights. The person who died has not been...

 By Elizabeth Elizalde and Mikey Light A person diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease after an outbreak in an upper Manhattan neighborhood last week has died, city health officials said Tuesday. Washington Heights has seen 18 cases of the disease, and nine people have been discharged from the hospital, according to the...

 By Zoe Greenberg One person has died in connection with a cluster of Legionnaires’ diseasecases in Upper Manhattan, city health officials said on Tuesday. The city declined to release the name of the person who died, but said he or she was over 50 years old and had risk factors for...

The city Health Department now says it's investigating 11 cases of Legionnaires' disease in a section of Upper Manhattan. At least eight people have been taken to the hospital for treatment. A community meeting was held Thursday night keep residents of Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights informed about the disease....

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