Only 11 patients remain at Long Island College Hospital

Only 11 patients remain inside Long Island College Hospital.

Only 11 patients remain inside Long Island College Hospital. (7/23/13)

BROOKLYN - Only 11 patients remain inside Long Island College Hospital.

Public advocate Bill de Blasio filed a temporary restraining order Friday after the hospital started releasing patients. Yesterday, a judge ordered SUNY to bring things back to the way they were as of 4 p.m. Friday.

All involved parties are scheduled to meet with a judge Thursday to figure out what comes next.

A hospital spokesperson says LICH has been losing more money each day. As of now, LICH is losing $15 million per month.

A rally is scheduled for tomorrow in an effort to keep the hospital open.

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