Mon Jul 13, 2020

Shoreland residents being moved due to ‘humidity levels and potential air quality’

A Brunswick County EMS Mass Evacuation Bus is used to transport residents from Shoreland Health Care and Retirement Center in Whiteville Friday morning. Staff photo by Grant Merritt

A moisture problem at Shoreland Health Care & Retirement Center has led to relocation of the facility’s residents, according to Yoel Balter, a spokesman for Liberty Health Care.

“There has recently been an incursion of ground water from below the surface and foundation of the Shoreland Health Care &

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