Former President George H.W. Bush Hospitalized in Stable Condition After Breaking Bone in Neck

President Bush 41 took a fall at his summer home in Kennebunkport, he is hospitalized once again.

Fox News reported
Former President George H.W. Bush was in stable condition late Wednesday after breaking a bone in his neck in a fall at his Maine home, his spokesman said.

"He is fine and he will be in a neck brace," Spokesman Jim McGrath tweeted about the 41st president

Bush, who celebrated his 91st birthday last month, is the oldest living former U.S. president. He was hospitalized in Houston in December for about a week for precautionary treatment after experiencing shortness of breath. He said he was "grateful to the doctors and nurses for their superb care" after his treatment there.

In 2012, Bush spent nearly two months, including Christmas, at the same Houston hospital for treatment of a bronchitis-related cough and other issues. The former president also suffers from a form of Parkinson's disease that has forced him to rely on a motorized scooter to get around.
41 Spokesman Jim McGrath