Being pushed by his son-in-law Tom Layne, Rusty Wagstaff gets a warm goodbye from doctors and nurses at Rex Hospital as he leaves for a medical facility in Chicago. He was admitted to the hospital on Dec. 22 with septic shock, a bacterial infection in the blood.
Being pushed by his son-in-law Tom Layne, Rusty Wagstaff gets a warm goodbye from doctors and nurses at Rex Hospital as he leaves for a medical facility in Chicago. He was admitted to the hospital on Dec. 22 with septic shock, a bacterial infection in the blood. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Being pushed by his son-in-law Tom Layne, Rusty Wagstaff gets a warm goodbye from doctors and nurses at Rex Hospital as he leaves for a medical facility in Chicago. He was admitted to the hospital on Dec. 22 with septic shock, a bacterial infection in the blood. clowenst@newsobserver.com

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