I have one terminally ill guy who lives in my Care Home. One day, out of the blue, he died, which is how I learned he was terminally ill. It said he died from not getting treatment on time. I found this odd because there were only 6 other ill people, and I have two fully staffed Medical Posts and Infirmaries. I reloaded my save to the previous day to find out what happened. I looked for him, and his status said "going for treatment". So, I clicked on him to see what the problem was, because my Care Home is right by the hospitals. I found him standing by a Sawmill stuck in some sort of repairing animation. I have no idea how long he had been there. It's highly possible that he became terminally ill because he got stuck there. Because there's no way to move people, I decided to dismantle the Sawmill. As soon as it was destroyed, he died instantly. I don't understand what happened. I have no idea when he might have gone there, but it's looking like I can't save him, which is really annoying because everything is going perfectly and no one has even come close to dying. I'm not sure what to do, but if anyone has any ideas on what I might be able to do, or why this happened, or if someone could confirm whether or not this is a bug or some sort of freak accident, I'd appreciate it.
TD;LR – Terminally ill guy who lives in Care Home right by two Infirmaries is stuck by a Sawmill in some sort of repairing animation. Play the game and eventually he dies. Dismantle the Sawmill, he instantly dies. WTF.
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