Three months before the Legionnaires’ outbreak in the Bronx, James Rouse’s family and doctors were sure that the 52-year-old music teacher was going to recover from his recent illness. He had been suffering from a slight fever and general malaise and was subsequently admitted to Beth Israel Medical Center in the Bronx. He died one week later.
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