Former Mayor David Dinkins was out of the hospital and back at home Wednesday night, after a week of treatment for pneumonia.
Former Mayor David Dinkins was expected to be released from the hospital by the end of the week, according to his law partner and adviser.
Dinkins, 86, was admitted on Wednesday night after experiencing difficulty breathing.
Williams, 32, who weighs 400 pounds, was released from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital on Saturday. She fell through the sidewalk near Atomic Winds and the Blue Room on the corner of 60th Street and 2nd Avenue while waiting for the bus.
The State Department issued a statement saying Clinton’s medical team advised her she was “making good progress on all fronts” and that they were confident she would “make a full recovery.”
Koch said Friday through a spokesman: “There’s no fear of my not making my birthday party next week.”
The man who some call New York’s “mayor for life” is alive and was well enough to leave the hospital today.