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Wishing A Swift Recovery for Gov. Corzine
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In case you missed it:

Gov. Jon Corzine remains in intensive care this morning with a breathing tube in his throat and a doctor declaring him lucky to be alive.

The 60-year-old governor underwent about two hours of surgery last night to repair multiple broken bones, including 12 ribs and a femur that protruded through the skin of his thigh, following a car accident on the Garden State Parkway in Galloway Township.

At 7:30 this morning, Lori Shaffer, a spokeswoman for Cooper University Hospital in Camden, said the governor was in critical but stable condition and remained in the trauma ICU unit. Shaffer said there would be a press conference later today, perhaps around noon, to release further details.

Apparently, he was on his way to the Imus-Rutgers meeting when it happened.

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