OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — A Washington state legislator was taken to the hospital after experiencing chest pains during a break from voting on bills in the state Legislature.
Rep. Tom Dent, a Moses Lake Republican, reportedly complained of chest pains at the Capitol late Wednesday, leading to a response from emergency medical services, who transported him to a medical facility.
The episode occurred during a regular break between votes in the state House chambers.
— Staff report
Rep. Tom Dent taken to hospital on Wednesday
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