Operators of a Reynoldsburg retirement community says the number of deaths related to an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease has climbed from two to four.
No information or names of the four people who died have been released.
The outbreak at Wesley Ridge has now grown to 35 confirmed cases.
Preliminary test results indicated that legionella was in the water system, but the source of it has still not been determined.
Health officials also confirmed that two people from the Frances Steube Community Center contracted Legionnaire’s after visiting Wesley Ridge to play chair volley ball.
Relatives of some of the volleyball team members said that they were upset that their loved ones were not warned before they went to Wesley Ridge.
The facility is again superheating their pipes in an attempt to stop the spread of Legionnaires'.
Wesley Ridge has also put in CDC-approved shower heads in common shower areas.
Showering is being allowed on site in these areas, but not in individual apartments.
Officials are still restricting drinking water during the investigation. Bottled water is being supplied to residents.
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