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Sinatra to Spend Another Night at Cedars-Sinai

NEWS IN BRIEF: A summary of developments across Los
Angeles County | Community News File / Los Angeles

February 12, 1998

Frank Sinatra, who was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by ambulance Tuesday, remained at the hospital Wednesday night, a hospital spokeswoman said.

The hospital would not comment late Wednesday on the 82-year-old entertainer's condition or prognosis.

At 9 a.m., Tuesday, Sinatra, accompanied by his wife, Barbara, was taken to the West Los Angeles hospital by ambulance, but without lights or siren.

A hospital spokeswoman said at the time that "he arrived in a nonemergency status." And, she added, he was undergoing some tests.

Sinatra had a heart attack a year ago, but the hospital would not comment Wednesday on whether his visit was related to a heart condition.

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