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Harry Whittington, 78, has been moved into intensive care and will have to stay in the Corpus Christi, Texas hospital where he is being treated for at least another seven days to monitor his condition, said Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital spokesman Peter Banko.
Dr. David Blanchard, the hospital's emergency room chief, said at a news conference Whittington underwent cardiac catheterization after doctors noted an irregular heartbeat due to a minor heart attack.
Whittington took pellets in his cheek, neck and chest when Cheney fired his shotgun while aiming for a bird during a hunt in southern Texas on Saturday, and was taken to hospital in nearby Corpus Christi.
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