Philadelphia facility faulted in death of former Trump adviser's father

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A Pennsylvania Health Department report says administrators failed in their essential duties at a Philadelphia senior care facility where the father of President Donald Trump's former national security adviser died in April.

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.

The Pennsylvania attorney general's office charged a temporary nurse at the facility with involuntary manslaughter last month.

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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.

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