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No Violations Found After Death Near Psychiatric Hospital

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STANTON, Del. (AP)- A report says health officials found no evidence of regulatory violations after a man died near a Delaware psychiatric hospital.
    
The report released by Delaware health officials on Wednesday took one day to complete.
    
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services commissioned the report after the death of 38-year-old Clay McInnis III of Elkton, Maryland. Delaware State Police say McInnis was found dead near the Rockford Center on March 29. Police and the Medical Examiner's Office didn't disclose how he died.
    
Mike Vanscoy, a friend, says that he took McInnis to Rockford on March 28 in distress. But when Vanscoy called the next day, he says he was told McInnis was found dead nearby that morning.

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