Thursday, March 20 2014 5:23 PM EDT2014-03-20 21:23:50 GMT
For seven months, CBS Atlanta News has been investigating the deaths of two women at a metro Atlanta med spa. The family of one of the victim's shared their heartbreaking story. Lonely, best describesMore >
For seven months, CBS Atlanta News has been investigating the deaths of two women at a metro Atlanta med spa. The family of one of the victims said their daughter's spirit appeared during interview.More >
Wednesday, February 19 2014 11:04 AM EST2014-02-19 16:04:29 GMT
The sudden loss of a loved one is a nightmare no family can comprehend. "I always thought I'd be the one to go first," said Erica Beaubrun's brother Serge. John Beaubrun and Elsie Albert had to buryMore >
The family of a Florida girl who died after liposuction at a Kennesaw medical spa is speaking out, asking why it took 20 minutes for the doctor to call 911.More >
A metro Atlanta doctor who recently had her license suspended by the Georgia Medical Board ran into more problems Tuesday. This time, Dr. Nedra Dodds and Opulence Aesthetic Medicine encountered financial trouble.
CBS46 obtained a court order from Cobb County Superior Court which states that the Kennesaw med spa defaulted on a $1.2 million business loan. As a result, the bank seized all medical equipment from the business as collateral.
"All we were told was is that there was a lien put against some of the equipment by a bank," said Rich Johnson with SE Medical Systems.
Johnson was called out to the business on a whim Tuesday to properly dismantle anesthesia equipment so it could be safely removed.
"Some of the equipment is very delicate and can't be moved as is so we were called in to remove the monitoring systems, the anesthesia machine, the controlled drug substances that were on anesthesia they cannot go to a storage facility," Johnson said.
This action comes nearly one month after Dodds' license was suspended following the deaths of two women who lost their lives after having cosmetic procedures at Opulence.
"There is no medical equipment left in this facility," Johnson said. Johnson said about the only thing remaining in the business are computers containing patient files.
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Thursday, March 27 2014 8:56 PM EDT2014-03-28 00:56:41 GMT
A breathtaking, oceanfront mansion on the Big Island has a new owner. The 9-plus acre "Waterfalling Estate" property sits on a cliff along the Hamakua Coast. It is 8,100 square feet with five bedroomsMore >
A breathtaking, oceanfront mansion on the Big Island has a new owner.More >