CRAWFORD | Crum gets positive medical report, could head home soon
Tests for former University of Louisville basketball coach Denny Crum showed no signs of stroke after he was airlifted to an Anchorage, Alaska, hospital on Wednesday of this week.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Former University of Louisville Hall of Fame coach Denny Crum got some good news from doctors on Friday.
Hospitalized in Anchorage, Alaska, after being airlifted from a fishing trip on Wednesday with what doctors suspected might’ve been a mild stroke, Crum showed no signs of stroke after being administered an MRI and TPA clot-buster medication, his wife, Susan Sweeney Crum, told WDRB Friday night.
Crum will see a neurologist soon, and if he’s cleared will be able to return to Louisville in the next day or two.
“Hopefully head home this weekend,” Susan Crum said. “He’s been feeling good all day. Got some sleep and a good rest today, so hopefully he’s catching up on rest and bouncing back.”
She provided more details in this Facebook post.
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