South Pole Stroke Victim Arrives in New Zealand

Renee-Nicole Douceur, who suffered an apparent stroke at the South Pole in the dead of winter, landed at a New Zealand airport today after an emergency evacuation. Douceur, 58, boarded a U.S. Air Force cargo plane that took off from McMurdo in Antarctic today and landed at the Christchurch airport at about 5 a.m. ET. Douceur and a medical attendant were taken from her Amundsen-Scott research station. After landing, she was taken to a hospital in New Zealand. "I was worried about ... whether...Full Story
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