Longview Nursing Home in Beavercreek, Ohio, is no longer in use after a long-time resident was found dead, according to the Associated Press.
The news agency reported the facility’s website said the home had been operating without a license for over 40 years and that the building had been deemed a danger to the community.
A spokesman for the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, which manages the facility, said the facility was shut down Friday because it was deemed to be unsafe.
The Ohio Department for Children and Families said in a statement that the facility is now in the process of being closed.
The AP previously reported the nursing home was closed after the family was discovered dead inside.
The home was founded in 1896 and operated by the Ohio State University Hospitals and Clinics, which is located at the same address where the nursing homes former location is located.
The nursing homes current location is in the community of Oakley, Ohio.
The Associated Press previously reported that the Ohio Rehabilitation Department told the AP that it had received numerous complaints about the facility since it opened in the early 1900s.
“The facility has been a major cause of social isolation in the past, and the safety of the residents of the facility has never been a priority,” the department said in the statement.