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US Al Roker was rushed back to hospital 24 hours after being released

21:11  30 november  2022
21:11  30 november  2022 Source:   pagesix.com

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Al Roker was rushed back to the hospital via ambulance the day after Thanksgiving amid his ongoing health scare due to to blood clots.

The beloved “Today” anchor fell ill on Friday — just a day after he missed hosting the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for the first time in 27 years due to having just been released from the hospital.

The popular weatherman, 68, was taken away by ambulance as his frantic wife, Deborah Roberts, attempted to break into their malfunctioned Tesla to retrieve her mobile phone to follow her husband to the uptown Manhattan hospital, sources say.

ABC News journalist Roberts, 62, tried smash her way through a reinforced glass window on the front side of the car with the help of a neighbor outside their Upper East Side home, say witnesses.

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One witness told Page Six, “Al was taken from his home in a stretcher back to the hospital on Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. His condition was worrying, but once back in the hospital he improved.

  Al Roker was rushed back to hospital 24 hours after being released © Provided by Page Six Al Roker left the hospital on Thanksgiving after battling blood clots, but was rushed back a day later.AlRoker/Instagram

“His wife, Deborah, was understandably very upset. She had left her phone and other possessions inside their Tesla, which had malfunctioned and wouldn’t unlock, so she was trying to smash in a window.”

The onlooker said Roberts’ attempt to retrieve her belongings from inside the electric vehicle was “unsuccessful.”

“Deborah then went to the hospital by taxi with her daughter, where Al has since been surrounded by his family.”

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  Al Roker was rushed back to hospital 24 hours after being released © Provided by Page Six

Roker will also miss Wednesday’s Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting, it was announced today.

Roker and Roberts — who have been married since 1995 — share daughter Leila, 24, and son Nicholas, 20. The meteorologist also has daughter Courtney, 35, with ex-wife Alice Bell.

Page Six reported earlier this month that Roker was hospitalized due to blood clots in his leg and lungs. The condition may be fatal if not discovered and treated early enough.

“Last week I was admitted to the hospital with a blood clot in my leg which sent some clots into my lungs,” Roker wrote on Instagram on Nov. 18.

  Al Roker was rushed back to hospital 24 hours after being released © Provided by Page Six The meteorologist has three children.AlRoker/Instagram

“After some medical whack-a-mole, I am so fortunate to be getting terrific medical care and on the way to recovery. Thanks for all the well wishes and prayers and hope to see you soon.”

On Thanksgiving, he posted a video of himself walking the hospital corridors and wrote how grateful he was to be going home.

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“So much to be #thankful for on the #thanksgiving day. Leaving the hospital and home for #thanksgivingdinner,” he captioned the clip.

  Al Roker was rushed back to hospital 24 hours after being released © Provided by Page Six Roker watched the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade from home.AlRoker/Instagram

The ever-cheery anchor joked that his hospital departure was his “version of the Thanksgiving Day Parade.”

Later that day, the weathercaster uploaded a picture of himself watching the parade hosted by his “Today” colleagues Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb, plus fellow meteorologist and anchor Dylan Dreyer.

He wrote, “Back home in time to catch a little bit of the #macysthanksgivingparade. Missing being next to @savannahguthrie and @hodakotb.”

  Al Roker was rushed back to hospital 24 hours after being released © Provided by Page Six It was his first time not hosting in 27 years.Nathan Congleton/NBC via Getty I

He also posted a photo of himself and his family, including wife Deborah and kids Courtney, Leila and Nicholas, writing, “So very #thankful to be able to be home for #thanksgivingdinner #dinner with #family.”

A second source told us that Roker was staying “positive,” despite his health concerns.

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“Al is the most positive, upbeat, energetic person. Everyone is rooting for him.”

  Al Roker was rushed back to hospital 24 hours after being released © Provided by Page Six Roker’s colleagues, fans, friends and more have been sending him their well-wishes. AlRoker/Instagram

A spokesperson for “Today” told Page Six, “Al is forging ahead on the road to recovery.  He has the unwavering love and support of Deborah, his children, and his entire TODAY family.

“He is beyond grateful for the outpouring of well-wishes, and we cannot wait for him to be back with us in studio and with our viewers at home.”

A spokesperson for Tesla didn’t immediately get back to us about Roberts’ lock-out, an issue that has reported to happen after the car’s battery dies.

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