Former U.S. President Carter Falls, Requiring Stitches To His Face
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter suffered a fall at his home in Plains, Georgia.
Reuters reports that the 95-year old's fall on Sunday required stitches above his brow.
The former president said he feels fine and is eager to appear at a Habitat for Humanity event Sunday night.
Carter, a Democrat, was governor of Georgia from 1971 to 1975, and was elected president in 1976.
Since leaving the presidency, Carter has drawn international praise for his humanitarian work.