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Topic - Karl Oestreich
They were on their way to pick up a heart for a patient at the Jacksonville hospital, Mayo Clinic spokesman Karl Oestreich told the Associated Press.
He said he didn't know whether the heart could still be used in a transplant or what would happen to the patient who had been scheduled to receive it.