Hillary Clinton treated at India hospital after suffering minor injury




 

Hillary Clinton required brief medical attention this week after suffering a minor head injury during her trip to India.

The former Democratic presidential candidate was treated at Goyal Hospital in Jodhpur on Wednesday, according to institution CEO Suresh Goyal. Goyal says Clinton was at the hospital "for about 15-20 minutes."

According to the Times of India, Clinton fractured her hand when she slipped in the bathtub at a luxury hotel.

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"We did a CT scan and X-ray and found a hairline fracture around the wrist area. She was advised to take rest for few days and use a crepe bandage for support," a doctor reportedly said to the outlet on the condition of anonymity.

Clinton was captured on video tripping down some stairs during a palace visit earlier this week - a video that spread like wildfire throughout social media.


The former U.S. secretary of state commented on President Trump during a speech in New Delhi last weekend, saying he has an "affinity for dictators."

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