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Former President Jimmy Carter Falls, Needs Stitches

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Former President Jimmy Carter Falls, Needs Stitches

Former President Jimmy Carter Falls, Needs Stitches

Reuters reports former U.S. President Jimmy Carter fell at his home in Plains, Georgia.

However, he says he “feels fine” and will attend a Habitat for Humanity event in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday night.

A spokeswoman says Carter's fall on Sunday required stitches above his brow.

He is the longest-living U.S. president, celebrating his 95th birthday on Tuesday.

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