Published: Thu, July 13, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Jimmy Carter, 92, treated for dehydration while at Winnipeg charity work site

Jimmy Carter, 92, treated for dehydration while at Winnipeg charity work site

Former President Jimmy Carter is being treated for dehydration after collapsing iun Canada, according to the CBC. Reportedly, one camera on site captured Carter saying "I'm tired", but he continued to work up until his collapse around 9:30 local time.

Former president Jimmy Carter and a volunteer help build stairs for a Habitat for Humanity project in Edmonton, Alberta, on July 11.

"He has been taken off-site for observation".

Paramedics rushed to the scene and Carter was transported to the nearby Winnipeg's St. Boniface Hospital where he remains 'under observation'.

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A spokesperson for Habitat for Humanity told media that Carter was taken to hospital as a precaution but has since told the organizers he is feeling fine.

Carter is 92 years old.

"He's asked us to continue with our day", said Jonathan Reckford, CEO for Habitat for Humanity International. He told an assembled press that he had melanoma and that it had spread to his brain.

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