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 Knightstown’s Top Council Officials Face Health Crises

April 4, 2007 - The Knightstown Town Council's top leadership, President David Glenn and Vice President Nate Hamilton, both had to be hospitalized earlier this week.

Speaking to The Banner Tuesday afternoon, Glenn, 63, said doctors found three artery blockages Monday when he was undergoing a scheduled heart catheterization procedure in Indianapolis. He said doctors put in three stints Monday evening and that he was released Tuesday morning.

While Glenn's overnight hospital visit was relatively brief, Hamilton remains hospitalized in Greenfield. According to Knightstown Clerk-Treasurer Judy Haines, Hamilton was taken to Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield Sunday with a high fever. Haines told The Banner Tuesday afternoon that doctors still had not determined the cause of Hamilton's fever and were considering transferring him to the Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis. She had no further information about Hamilton’s condition. When The Banner contacted HRH Tuesday afternoon, a hospital spokesperson confirmed Hamilton was still registered as a patient. However, The Banner was told that information about Hamilton’s condition was not readily available at that time.

 

 

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