Victims' families are livid about how the problem was mishandled. "There were deaths before him that we didn't know about. We wouldn't have gone there ... He had a good outlook on life. He felt he had more time left," says Sandy Riley whose brother Mitch Wanstreet died after contracting Legionnaire's disease at the hospital.
Now the VA's inspector general confirms in a scathing report that hospital administrators knew they had a serious situation but didn't address it. CNN's Drew Griffin has an update to his original report, including an unsettling development: a top administrator received a bonus despite the deadly outbreak.