Chinese-made ventilators sent to Miami garbage dump

A resident dumping trash at a Miami landfill discovered pallets containing hundreds of brand new ventilators that listed for $26,000 apiece last spring, when such ventilators were deemed critical to saving those most severely ill in the pandemic, and thought to be in short supply.
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