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Posted at 5:43 PM ET, 04/ 1/2010

Nosebleed sends HoCo exec to hospital

By Washington Post editors

Howard County executive Ken Ulman was taken by ambulance to a Columbia hospital Thursday morning after he suffered a massive nosebleed in his office, The Baltimore Sun reports.

Ulman was taken to Howard County General Hospital where the bleeding was brought under control, but doctors decided to keep him there for observation, said Kevin Enright, the Howard County director of the Office of Public Information. "He is alert and has been in contact with the office throughout the day," Enright said.

By Washington Post editors  | April 1, 2010; 5:43 PM ET
Categories:  Maryland  
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And I wonder just how many hours Mr. Ulman waited in the waiting room for attention. The average is about 4 hours, from what I have read.

Posted by: raycole1 | April 1, 2010 9:46 PM | Report abuse

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