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General News    H3'ed 7/16/15

George H.W. Bush Injures Neck In Fall

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Former President George H.W. Bush injured his neck in a fall on Wednesday at his home in Maine, according to his spokesman. '41 fell at home in Maine today and broke a bone in his neck. His condition is stable -- he is fine -- but he'll be in a neck brace,' spokesman Jim McGrath tweeted on Wednesday evening. Bush, 91, is recovering at a hospital in Portland, Maine. McGrath told CNN that the injury was not life-threatening, and that he does not expect that Bush will require a long hospital stay.
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