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CSS Athlete In Hospital

After Collapsing At Meet

ccs hawkeyes logoCOOPERSTOWN – A CCS student was rushed to Bassett Hospital after collapsing during a track meet Wednesday evening.

According to a statement issued this morning by Principal/Athletic Director Mike Cring, 911 was called after an athlete suffered a medical emergency during a track meet at the school.  She was taken to Bassett Hospital, where she remains hospitalized.

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