World John Fleck comes out of the hospital after collapsed against Reading
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A big fear crossed the forums of Reading's Madejski Stadium at the meeting opposing the local club in Sheffield United, in Championship. At the 56th minute, the Blades John Fleck midfielder collapsed during his victory (1-0). Glacing images. For ten minutes, under the affolved eye of his teammates, the latter had to receive emergency medical assistance directly on the meadow. If the 30-year-old was able to leave the ground while walking with an oxygen mask, he was then transported to the hospital where he spent the night.
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Sheffield United Is Grateful to Report That John Fleck Has Been Discharged From Hospital & Will Return to Sheffield Today.he Was Conscious When He Was Taken To The Royal Berkshire and Was Communicative with Club and Medical staff, As Well As His Family.- Sheffield United (@Sheeffieldunited) ?
But the news is reassuring for the Scottish international (five capes and participation in the euro without going into play), and its club reassured everyone on Wednesday : "Sheffield United is pleased to announce that John Fleck came out of the hospital and will return to Sheffield today. He was aware when he was taken to the Royal Berkshire Hospital and communicated with the club and the medical staff, as well as with his family.
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Lake Powell hits lowest water level on record .
Plagued by climate change-fueled drought and increasing demand for water, Lake Powell, the second largest reservoir in the United States, has fallen to its lowest level on record since it was first filled more than 50 years ago. © Nick Oza/The Republic/USA Today Network Lake Powell, the second largest reservoir on the Colorado River, hit the lowest water level since it was filled in 1963. As of Sunday, Lake Powell had fallen to roughly 3,554 feet in elevation — just 33% of capacity — according to the US Bureau of Reclamation, below the previous all-time low set in 2005.