Koch was admitted Saturday night with fluid in his lungs and swollen ankles.
The 88-year-old was admitted Saturday night with swollen ankles, according to spokesman George Arzt.
The man who some call New York’s “mayor for life” is alive and was well enough to leave the hospital today.
The 87-year-old was admitted to the hospital and underwent a blood transfusion Tuesday morning after he began feeling weak over the weekend while staying with friends in North Carolina, a spokesperson said.
Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch was admitted to New York Presbyterian Hospital and underwent a blood transfusion Tuesday morning after the 87-year-old began feeling weak over the weekend.
His spokesperson told CBS 2’s Jessica Schneider that the 87-year-old was admitted earlier in the day. He suffers from anemia and has been feeling especially weak lately.