According to reports by ABC News, beloved President Jimmy Carter collapsed while building a home for Habitat for Humanity in Canada.
According to ABC News:
“Habitat for Humanity said in a statement that the 92-year-old Carter was “dehydrated working in the hot sun” at a build site in Winnipeg on Thursday. Carter told Habitat officials he is OK, and encouraged volunteers to keep building.”
— WSB-TV (@wsbtv) July 13, 2017
Carter and his wife have been building houses in Canada for the past week, but as temperatures rose, Carter began to show signs of distress, until he eventually lost all physical strength.
Carter is being treated for dehydration in an area hospital, but is expected to recover fully. Check back here for updates on this breaking story.
— CBC Manitoba (@CBCManitoba) July 13, 2017