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Topic - St. Francis Hospital
A small municipality within Indianapolis sued a hospital operator Tuesday, alleging that water runoff from a shuttered hospital is infiltrating its sanitary sewers and saddling the city with water-treatment costs.
It's still too early to know the long-term effects of the Tulane safety's spinal injury, the school's athletic director said Monday.
Tulane safety Devon Walker remained in stable condition Sunday and will soon need surgery to repair the spine fracture he suffered while making a tackle during a game against Tulsa, officials said.