CHICAGO - Just days after closing its doors and preparing for liquidation, officials at a bankrupt Pontiac, Mich.-based hospital that has defaulted on bond payments twice this year said a deal to sell the facility remains possible if prospective buyers can secure financing.

The move would mean the difference between investors collecting $3.2 million on $38 million of outstanding bonds and collecting little to nothing if the health care provider heads straight into liquidation. The bonds were sold through a conduit issuer, the Pontiac Hospital Finance Authority.

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