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Johnson Illness #20503

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 07, 1972
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(Studio) Former President Lyndon Johnson suffers heart attack while visiting daughter and son-in-law in Charlottesville, Virginia.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Charlottesville, Virginia) Mr. Johnson stricken at 4 a.m. at home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robb. Mobile coronary care unit brought him to University of Virginia hospital. Dr. Willis Hurst, personal physician, comes from Atlanta, Georgia. [Hospital spokesman, William FISHBACK - says Johnson's pain has subsided, and he is comfortable.] Johnson suffered serious heart attack in 1955, but these chest pains have not been called an attack.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer

Reporter(s):
Geer, Stephen;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:01:30

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