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Jimmy Carter Suffers Minor Pelvic Fracture After Fall at Home

AceShowbiz Wednesday, 23 October 2019
In a statement describing his condition, the 39th President is said to be in 'good spirits' at Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in Georgia as he recovers from the injury.
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Former President Jimmy Carter is hospitalized, after falling in his Georgia Home, and suffering a minor pelvic fracture.

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