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...Turbeville died at the burn unit of an Augusta hospital six days after the bath. Both women were fired from Charter Rivers Hospital after the March incident. GEORGIAEmbattled band director resigns SHARPSBURG - A band director accused of forcing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/12/08/met_300416.shtml
Metro | Glenn Hills High School
Kent: Attack airs; race is pivotal; pro tem writes

...him to the Aiken Regional Medical Center for evaluation. Then McClain says doctors there had him committed to Charter River Hospital in Columbia against his will. In South Carolina, if someone appears disoriented during a traffic stop, it is...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/24/edi_274863.shtml
Editorials | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Network questions detention

...arresting him, officers took him to Aiken Regional Medical Centers, where doctors had him involuntary committed to Charter Rivers Hospital in Columbia. He remained there for two weeks against his will. The ABC reporter wanted to know why. Sheriff...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/01/met_270983.shtml
Metro
Failure to release reports sparks suit

...to Aiken Regional Medical Centers for evaluation. Doctors subsequently committed him, against his will, to Charter Rivers Hospital for 14 days. He was confined there until Aug. 11, when a probate judge released him because a private psychiatrist...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/09/17/met_270459.shtml
Metro
Pro-union worker sent to mental hospital

...to Aiken Regional Medical Centers for a mental evaluation. Doctors subsequently committed him involuntarily to Charter River Hospital in Columbia for two weeks. He was confined there until Wednesday, when a probate judge released him because...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/08/14/met_267826.shtml
Metro
Employees testify in hearing

...him, they took Mr. McClain to Aiken Regional Medical Centers. From there, he was involuntary committed to Charter Rivers Hospital in Columbia, where he remained for two weeks against his will. Mr. McClain has since filed a $9 million lawsuit...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/03/30/met_286309.shtml
Metro
Hearing begins in Tenneco case

...transmission: "We've got that Tenneco package." He was taken first to Aiken Regional Medical Centers, then to Charter Rivers Hospital in Columbia, where he was kept two weeks. The arrest was on a years-old misdemeanor charge. Mr. McClain...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/03/28/met_285989.shtml
Metro
Sheriff will defend acts on `20/20'

...warrant and taken to Aiken Regional Medical Centers, where he was drugged and then involuntarily committed to Charter Rivers Hospital in Columbia for two weeks. The sheriff's office has stated that Tenneco officials complained to the agency...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/25/met_280805.shtml
Metro
Man claims free speech right was violated in suit

...Columbia attorney J. Dennis Bolt, spells out alleged events that led up to Mr. McClain's commitment July 29 to Charter Rivers Hospital. "Shortly after he made a remark at work which challenged the plant manager's views of a union organizing...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/17/met_274677.shtml
Metro
Union: Officials held leader at mental hospital in retaliation

...conspiring to have him committed to a mental institution. Gary E. McClain, 45, of Jackson, was released from the Charter River Hospital in Columbia on Wednesday after being confined for two weeks against his will. His attorney, Dennis Bolt of Lexington...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/08/12/met_267694.shtml
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