Nick Goddard of CBS affiliate WFRV-TV in Green Bay reports that an ambulance had been called to the home of Packers defensive lineman Ryan Pickett on Tuesday and two were taken to the hospital.
Our newsroom reports that ambulance was called to what's believed to be Ryan Pickett's home this morning. Two patients taken to hospital.
— Nick Goddard (@ngoddardwfrv) August 13, 2013
Pickett is not in attendance at Packers training camp practice. No injuries had been reported for Pickett's absence, and Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette noted that he had spoken to Pickett yesterday and that he seemed fine.
A reader responded to Dougherty mentioning something about possible carbon monoxide and that a broadcast report said Pickett "should b fine."
@PeteDougherty family emergency per WFRV. Ambulance at house. 2 taken. News said should b fine. Possible carbon mon.
— Lori (@lortwipacfan1) August 13, 2013
Shortly after news broke on social media, Pickett tweeted out the following...
Thanks for all the prayers, God is good!! My baby is fine. Still at the hospital should be leaving soon!
— Ryan Pickett (@RyanPickett79) August 13, 2013
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