Former President Jimmy Carter returned on Friday to the Canadian Habitat for Humanity worksite where he collapsed the day before.
— Habitat for Humanity (@Habitat_org) July 14, 2017
Carter, 92, was rushed to St. Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg, Canada, on Thursday, after he crumbled taking a shot at a Habitat for Humanity home because of lack of hydration.
JUST IN: Former President Jimmy Carter discharged from the hospital after being treated for dehydration, Carter Center says. pic.twitter.com/q3aKtR8Ui4
— ABC News (@ABC) July 14, 2017
The Carter Center announced the former president had been released from the hospital on Friday.
The president had gone to morning devotional service before attending the last of the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Canada, according to the statement.