Oct. 22, 2019 — Former President Jimmy Carter, 95, is recovering from a minor pelvis fracture after he fell at his house in Plains, GA.
Carter was admitted Phoebe Sumter Medical Center, based on a information release from the Carter Center.
“He is in good spirits and is looking forward to recovering at home,” the discharge says.
It’s the second fall Carter has had in current weeks. Earlier in October, he wanted 14 stitches above his eye after falling and hitting his head at house. After the autumn, Carter went to Nashville to participate within the 36th Carter Work Project with Habitat for Humanity.
He additionally fell at his house earlier in 2019, breaking his hip.
Carter, recognized for his humanitarian work, has continued to maintain an lively schedule.
“We’ve cut back in the last few months. I’m 92, he’s 95, and we thought it was time to stop working steadily all day every day,” his spouse, Rosalynn Carter, informed reporters earlier this month. She mentioned they hold a busy schedule, touring to Atlanta month-to-month to spend time on the Carter Center.
“I’ll stop when I have to. But I won’t stop until I have to,” Jimmy Carter informed CNN.