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Very scary night tonight. I was at work late due to some major problems, and Kaitlin called me frantically about 6:20. Corby has passed out at the kitchen table. She called 911. As she was on the phone with them, he came to. I told her I was on my way, and after telling co-workers to cover our major problems, I called her back. He had passed out again. She heard sirens at that point so I knew EMS was almost there. I flew home - but still it took me about 20 minutes. By the time I got home, EMS was gone. VERDICT - heat exhaustion. He doesn't have A/C at his work, then he came home and mowed and weed-eated part of the yard - before our mower died (and that's a whole other story). EMS said to get him hydrated, make him lie down with his feet elevated and keep an eye on him for 24-48 hours. So, that's what we're doing. We were going to have family over on Sunday to celebrate my sister and niece's birthdays, but we have postponed that celebration for now. Hubby is on VERY light duty for the three-day holiday weekend!


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