- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 17, 2009

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Lynne Cheney has been treated and released at a Philadelphia hospital after she was taken there because she fainted.

Hahnemann University Hospital spokeswoman Coleen Cannon says former Vice President Dick Cheney’s wife is to return to Washington on Tuesday. She was taken to Hahnemann’s emergency department after fainting Monday afternoon in a hotel room.

An aide to Dick Cheney says she was in Philadelphia on a private visit with her family.

Lynne Cheney waved to reporters Monday night as she rode away from the hospital in the back seat of a car next to her husband.


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