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State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules
State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules

Maryland health regulators say they found serious violations at the group home for disabled foster children where a 10-year-old Baltimore boy died in July — including conflicting records on his care, and miscommunication between staff and the emergency responders and medical personnel who labored to save him — but nothing that contributed to his death. That conclusion, issued more than four months after the death of Damaud Martin at the Laurel-area group home, surprised child advocates. They call the failure of investigators to interview the nurse who cared for the boy on the night he died a major flaw. The nurse told The Baltimore Sun in July that the group home, which was...

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