nearvideo-former-President Jimmy Carter in the hospital after another fall at home
95-year-old former President Jimmy Carter was taken to the hospital with a small pelvis fracture after a fall at his Georgian home.
Former President Jimmy Carter was taken to the hospital for a procedure to reduce pressure on his brain.
Carter, 95, was Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on Monday, with surgery scheduled for Tuesday morning, according to a statement from The Carter Center.
The statement said, the pressure on his brain caused by bleeding “because of his last case”.
“President Carter is resting, and his wife, Rosalynn, is with him,” closes the statement.
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Carter, whose birthday it was. Oct. 1, is the oldest living U.S. President in history.
The former President suffered injuries in a fall at his home last month that required stitches on the forehead. He also broke his hip after suffering a fall in his house in may of this year to go to during the preparation of the Turkey hunt.
The former President announced that, in 2016, he no longer needed radiation for the treatment of cancer, which had spread to spots in his brain.
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Former President Jimmy Carter, who was seen earlier this month in Georgia, to the hospital on Monday. (AP Photo/John Amis, file)
39th commander-in-chief, served from 1977 to 1981, when he was in his 50s.
Carter said earlier this year, he hoped, “is there to keep an age limit” the highest office in the United States.