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Elderly man removed from under house

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

On Thursday, Savannah firefighters and paramedics had to remove an elderly man from underneath his own house on E. 35th St. after he apparently passed out from a medical condition.

Relatives of the man, who is in his 70's, say he is diabetic and was laying pipes under the house.

Paramedics were able to revive the man and remove him from under the home. He was taken to St. Joseph's/Candler Hospital for evaluation.

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