Virginia Governor Hospitalized for Fluid Buildup in Lungs

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Va. Gov Hospitalized After Complications From Horse Toss.

Terry McAuliffe was admitted to a hospital Monday due to fluid buildup around his lungs, weeks after he broke several ribs in a horse-riding accident, his office said. The Old Dominion Democrat suffered the injury on Christmas Day during a family trip to visit his daughter, who works for a no-profit in Tanzania, the Associated Press reported.

McAuliffe was expected to spend the night at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center and recover for two or three days, spokesman Brian Coy said. McAuliffe had been working as he normally would since the accident, delivering his State of the Commonwealth address last week make several trips around the state. McAuliffe’s packed schedule doesn’t allow him to routinely participate in equestrian activities, the governor is confident in his riding abilities, his spokesman said.

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