PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Employees at a Philadelphia-based senior care facility where Herbert R. McMaster Sr.’s reportedly fell to his death in April failed in their essential duties, according to a Pennsylvania Health Department report.READ MORE: 2022 Wawa Welcome America Festival Guide: Road Closures, Public Transportation Information
McMaster is the father of President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser.
The 141-page report released over the weekend says Herbert R. McMaster Sr.’s fatal fall April 12 was his fifth during a four-day stay at Cathedral Village. The report says staff failed to complete required neurological checks, develop a fall prevention plan or attempt to resuscitate McMaster.READ MORE: CBS3 SummerFest: Catch The Ocean Breeze Without Sitting On Sand With Atlantic City Cruises
Last month, AG Josh Shapiro charged Christann Gainey, 30, of South Philadelphia with involuntary manslaughter in the death of McMaster.
A spokeswoman for Cathedral Village says the facility immediately implemented a corrective plan.
A lawyer for the McMaster family says they are looking for answers and to prevent something similar from happening to another family.MORE NEWS: CBS3's SummerFest Checks Out To Legendary Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
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