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Heat Checks Planned After Rikers Death Inmate Was in Cell That Had 'Unusually High Temperatures'

The Department of Correction has reviewed heating systems and corrected other issues in jails citywide following the death of a Rikers Island inmate in a cell that had "unusually high temperatures," the acting commissioner, Mark Cranston, said Thursday. [read the full story here]


Wall Street Journal, Friday, March 28, 2014

tags: Health & Medical Issues, New York

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