Missouri hospital becomes second municipal bankruptcy of 2018

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A hospital district in Pilot Knob, Mo., filed for protection from its creditors Wednesday, marking the second municipal bankruptcy of the year.

The Iron County Hospital District, which owns a local hospital, listed liabilities between $10 and $50 million and assets between $1 million and $10 million.

The district has about $6.5 million in bonds outstanding, said Daniel Doyle, a lawyer at Lashly & Baer who is representing the district.

The district marks the second municipal bankruptcy filing this year after the Surprise Valley Health Care District in Cedarville, Calif.

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