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UPDATE: Tom Brokaw says he's doing okay, after being taken to a Charlotte, N.C., hospital this morning following an appearance on MSNBC. The network says Brokaw felt "light-headed," and was taken to the hospital out of an "abundance of caution." The NBC News special correspondent later tweeted, "All is well." He said he had "mistakenly" taken a half-dose of Ambien, and, in his words, "made less sense than usual."


Legendary news anchor Tom Brokaw has been taken to the hospital Thursday morning. An NBC spokesperson says Brokaw felt light-headed on the set of MSNBC's "Morning Joe."  He was taken to the hospital quote "out of an abundance of caution." 

Brokaw is in Charlotte for the Democratic National Convention. He is 72-years-old. 

 

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