Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) recuperates at home after dangerous fall.
Congressman Greg Steube (R-FL) was rushed to a hospital in Sarasota last Wednesday afternoon after a dangerous fall.
According to Steube’s office, the 44-year-old Congressman sustained several injuries.
“Congressman Steube was involved in an accident on his property late this afternoon and has sustained several injuries. We will provide additional updates when possible. Please pray for the Congressman and his family,” Steube’s office said.
Congressman Steube was involved in an accident on his property late this afternoon and has sustained several injuries. We will provide additional updates when possible. Please pray for the Congressman and his family.
— Congressman Greg Steube (@RepGregSteube) January 19, 2023
Rep. Greg Steube easily won reelection in November with 63.85% of the vote to 35.51% for his Democrat challenger. Rep. Steube is also a staunch supporter of President Trump.
CBS News reported on Friday that Rep. Steube was moved out of ICU after a 25-foot fall from his roof.
Here is a copy of the 911 call by Amazon driver Darrel Woodie.
As Woodie remained on the 911 call, he told Congressman Steube what he witnessed. Woodie told 911 the Congressman had several bruises including on his arm and back. @fox13news #sarasota #gregsteube #congressmansteube pic.twitter.com/qT6YyzRevJ
— Kim Kuizon FOX 13 (@kkuizon) January 19, 2023
Steube’s office did not disclose the types of injuries he sustained or the doctors’ prognosis on his recovery.
On Monday Rep. Steube posted a tweet thanking his friends, his family, and his support pups.
Rep. Steube tweeted that he suffered a fractured pelvis, a punctured lung, and several torn ligaments in his neck.
He is pictured at home recuperating with his support dogs.
I am blessed to have a great support team in my wife Jennifer as well as numerous friends and family, including the Steube pups!
Grateful for everyone’s prayers and well-wishes as I recover from a fractured pelvis, a punctured lung, and several torn ligaments in my neck. pic.twitter.com/zQBtsWZPo0
— Congressman Greg Steube (@RepGregSteube) January 24, 2023
Rep. Steube will be working from home while he recovers.
Our prayers and best wishes to Rep. Steube and his family.