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ICU St Davids Hospital


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Larry was taken by ambulance to St Davids today at noon, with high fever and congestions. He has pnemonia and urinary tract infection. He is in ICU 6 since his blood pressurewas flutualting to low and then to high, and his heart rate was going over 200. He will be there for several days in ICU and then to another room. Please put Larry in your prayers for a speedy recovery. God Bless you all and thanks for your understanding. Love to our racing family, Joyce Walton and family.

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went to see larry after a very rough nite and BP is still a critical factor. It has not stablized and neither has the heart rate. Team of doctors working with him. Thanks for all the phone calls and emails. God Bless you all.

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went to see larry after a very rough nite and BP is still a critical factor. It has not stablized and neither has the heart rate. Team of doctors working with him. Thanks for all the phone calls and emails. God Bless you all.

 

 

Hang in there and get well soon Larry.

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Just got back from hospital and Larry is stable but critical. They cannot get his BP and Heartrate to stabilize. Dr's are running more test and more IV's. Love You guys. Keep us in your thoughts

 

Happy Thanksgviving to all and God Bless our troops and this country.

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Larry won't be home for

Thanksgiving, talked about moving to IMC and they changed their minds. Still working on the problem. Sure miss Him.

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I'm sorry to hear that Larry is not doing too well. It's sad to have this type of challenge on Thanksgiving. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these tough times.

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