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ANDERSON, S.C. — Anderson Mayor Terence Roberts updated his condition Saturday night in a message to WYFF News 4.
Roberts has been hospitalized since Sunday.
In the message, Roberts says he was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm and underwent a procedure at Greenville Memorial to “insert a stint to repair the aneurism.”
Roberts also thanked the community for their support and prayers, and said he looked forward to seeing the Anderson community soon.
Here is Roberts’ entire message:
“I would like to thank the citizens of Anderson as well as my family and friends for their prayers and support over the past week.
Last Sunday, I was taken to AnMed and transported to Greenville Memorial where I was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm. On Thursday, the capable staff at Greenville Memorial Hospital successfully completed a minimally invasive procedure to insert a stint to repair the aneurysm.
I am blessed beyond belief for having not only survived such a serious incident but having done so with no significant long term consequences. Given the seriousness of this condition, I remain under the care of the staff at Greenville Memorial Hospital, primarily for precautionary measures.
I am in contact with City Manager Linda McConnell and will ensure the business of the City of Anderson continues to move forward.
I am truly grateful for the outpouring of support from our community during this past week. I couldn’t be prouder to be associated with such a caring City and compassionate citizenry. I look forward to seeing everyone soon at Anderson’s Thursday Night Block Party!”
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