Voter hospitalized after collapseMarch 06,2014Voter hospitalized
A Rutland man who collapsed while trying to vote Tuesday is reportedly in stable condition at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Keith Page, a teacher and coach in the Rutland City School system, was taken by ambulance to the Rutland Regional Medical Center after he collapsed while trying to cast his Town Meeting Day ballot at Calvary Bible Church.
School officials said Wednesday he was taken from there to Dartmouth-Hitchcock. No additional information was available Wednesday.MORE IN This Just InBy ERIC FRANCIS Full Story
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