By Patrick Aigbokhan
The oldest living former US President George Bush on Wednesday fell at his Maine home in the United States sustaining a bone injury in his neck.
Jim McGrath, Spokesman for Bush, however, said the 91-year-old former president was in stable condition and is doing “fine” after Wednesday’s fall.
He said in a tweet that the 41st president will wear a neck brace.
In December 2014, Bush was hospitalised in Houston for about a week for treatment of shortness of breath.
He said he was “grateful to the doctors and nurses for their superb care” after his treatment there.
Before being elected president of the United States in 1988, Bush had served two terms as Ronald Reagan’s vice president.