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Thursday, August 17, 2006

Tracy Steele report

Posted By on Thu, Aug 17, 2006 at 9:49 AM

Cassandra Steele, wife of Sen. Tracy Steele, said this morning that her husband is doing well after treatment for a blocked artery and should be released from Baptist Health in North Little Rock on Friday. “He just called me to bring some warm-ups and tennis shoes so he could walk,” Mrs. Steele said. “He’ll probably be back at work next week, knowing him.”

Cassandra Steele said she took her husband to the emergency room about 2 a.m. Tuesday after he complained of chest pains. Doctors quickly confirmed he was having a heart attack. He had a blocked artery, she said. "They did put a stent in and they’re expecting he’ll make a full recovery."

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