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Ted Kennedy Stricken

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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"Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts suffered symptoms of a stroke or seizure in Hyannis Port and was transported by helicopter this morning from Cape Cod Hospital to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, according to a leading political source. Family members have been summoned to Boston, the source said." Boston Globe

UPDATE: Kennedy's personal physician released a statement saying that ''Senator Kennedy was admitted to Massachusetts General today after experiencing a seizure at his home. Preliminary tests have determined that he has not suffered a stroke and is not in any immediate danger. He's resting comfortably and watching the Red Sox game with his family."

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