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>> Any site.>> It was shortly after his arrival at a Habitat for Humanity house building project in Winnipeg, Canada that former President Jimmy Carter fell ill. Habitat for Humanity's Jonathan Reckford says Carter was affected by the summer heat.>> President Carter was dehydrated working in the hot sun.
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President Carter told us that he is okay and is being taken off site for observation. He encourages everyone to stay hydrated and to keep building.>> Well how many of you were here when we were here in 93, anybody?>> The 92 year old became unsteady at a construction site and slumped over into a chair after working on a home for more than an hour.
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He was taken to St. Boniface General Hospital for treatment, his wife Roslyn was with him throughout. The peanut farmer from Georgia has lived longer after his term in office than any other President in U.S. history and is still extremely active with Habitat for Humanity.>>
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