LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The California Department of Public Health has released its list of hospitals they have fined for safety violations.

One hospital, in Murrieta, was find $100,000 for violations that led to the death of an infant in 2010.

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The hospital in question, Rancho Springs Medical Center, is accused of failing to take the necessary precautions when the fetal heart rate of the child steadily declined.

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The report also lists 12 other hospitals that had violations that garnered penalties.

County USC was fined $75,000 after leaving a surgical instrument inside a heart patient. And the Motion Picture and Television Hospital was fined $50,000 after it was discovered they left a surgical sponge inside a patient.

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For a complete list of the hospitals that faced penalties and fines, click here.