Former President Bill Clinton was rushed to a New York City hospital Thursday afternoon after suffering chest pains, ABC News is reporting. Clinton, 63, was apparently admitted to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital for a heart condition.
George Stephanopoulos quotes sources as saying that doctors inserted two stents into Clinton's arteries. ABC News adds that it's "not a grave situation" and that Clinton -- recently focused on relief efforts in Haiti -- is in "good spirits."
Clinton's wife, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was seen departing the Oval Office in the White House Thursday afternoon; she "did not seem 'too concerned'or 'in a rush,'" sources told ABC.
Clinton successfully underwent quadruple bypass surgery in September 2004. Reps for the Clintons have not yet released a statement.