Taken to Massachusetts Hospital With 'Stroke-Like' Symptoms:
Sen. Ted Kennedy has been hospitalized in Boston after spending an hour Saturday morning in a Cape Cod emergency room.
The Massachusetts senator's medical condition is unknown, but he was experiencing stroke-like symptoms, according to published reports.
Kennedy was first taken to the Cape Cod Hospital emergency room at about 9 a.m., hospital spokesman David Reilly told FOXNews.com. After an hour, he was flown to Massachusetts General Hospital, where he is being evaluated.
Senate colleague John Kerry, D-Mass., arrived at the hospital early Saturday afternoon, MyFOX Boston reported.
According to an article in the Cape Cod Times, Kennedy, 76, had fallen ill at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport. Hyannis Fire Lt. Bill Rex told The Associated Press that a 911 call came in from the compound at 8:19 a.m.
Details to follow at 6PM EST on The News Junkie Radio Show.