The Rev. Billy Graham was released from a North Carolina hospital Thursday after a two-day stay for respiratory problems.
William Hathaway, chief medical officer at Mission Hospital in Asheville, said the 95-year-old Graham returned to his home in Montreat after undergoing tests and observation.
“Mr. Graham was alert and in good spirits during his stay,” Hathaway said, adding that physicians were “pleased” with Graham’s test results.
Graham was admitted at Mission Hospital last month for similar tests. His son, Franklin Graham, who now runs the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, said in a Thursday statement that his father is prone to chest congestion.
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