winnipeg - US former president Jimmy Carter was fired from a hospital in Canada on Friday. The 92 year old was admitted a day earlier after becoming unwell during a nonprofit project.
Carter collapsed on Thursday morning after seeing wood for about an hour in the sun, a witness told CBC News. That happened while he helped Winnipeg to build a house for the Habitat for Humanity organization. The former president appeared to suffer from dehydration phenomena.
Carter and his wife Rosalynn, according to CBC, are fervent followers of the charitable organization, which puts homes for low-income people. The former president called the other volunteers from his hospital bed to continue building and drinking enough water.