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Supervisor Ally Miller suffered a medical episode earlier today.
Multiple sources have told the Weekly that Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller was taken out of her office on the top floor of the county's downtown headquarters on a stretcher by an emergency crew earlier today.
No word yet on what happened to cause Miller's medical emergency or her current condition.
Miller has provided an update via her Facebook page. It appears a vase fell on her head:
A vase fell off the top of a shelf and hit me on the top of the head yesterday. As you might imagine a head wound does bleed alot. CT scan is all good and they stapled the wound together at St. Mary's. I will be back to work on Monday. Thanks for your concern and good wishes everyone.