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Topic - Michael Weston
The lush backyard of a small California eldercare home has turned out to be the source of the poisonous wild mushrooms a caretaker made into a soup and fed to residents, killing two women.
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"The department is investigating the case to determine if any licensing regulations were violated," he said.
Weston said the state has begun an investigation into the incident at the Gold Age Villa, a six-bed care facility in Loomis run since 2007 by Raisa Oselsky.