Louisiana nursing home resident goes missing during Ida, found 60 miles away

Louisiana nursing home resident goes missing during Ida, found 60 miles away


A blind, 96-year-old Louisiana woman went missing for days when her nursing home was evacuated during Hurricane Ida, only to turn up 60 miles away, her daughter claims.

Evelyn Harden was one of some 850 nursing home residents relocated to a filthy Independence warehouse where seven residents ended up dead, daughter Carolyn McNulty told NBC News.

Harden disappeared and didn’t turn up until two days later – in Baton Rouge, miles away, her daughter said.

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“She said she was hungry, and she was scared,” McNulty told NBC, saying she has no idea how her mother ended up there.

McNulty said she’d like to see accountability for the owner of her mother’s former residence, Park Place Healthcare.

Many nursing home residents relocated to a warehouse, where seven residents ended up dead.AP

“I would like to see the owner punished and I would like to see the state step up,” McNulty said, according to NBC. “The state of Louisiana

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