Nadler was at an event at PS 149 in Manhattan touting an increase in speed cameras near schools when he appeared to become disoriented.READ MORE: Newborn Twins Found Dead In Queens, Mother In Custody
De Blasio stopped his remarks and turned to Nadler, offering him some water.
“Jerry, take a drink, you look a little dehydrated, brother. You seem a little dehydrated. You OK? ” de Blasio said. “Jerry? How you feel man? You all right?”
People started asking for a doctor and an announcement of a “code blue” was made over the public address system.
Doctors rushed to his side.READ MORE: COVID On Long Island: Oyster Bay Offers Saliva-Based COVID Testing As Town Continues On Road To Reopening
He seemed to recover his composure a short time later and was taken for a checkup.
“Appreciate everyone’s concern. Was very warm in the room this morning, was obviously dehydrated and felt a bit ill. Glad to receive fluids and am feeling much better. Thank you for your thoughts,” Nadler tweeted early in the afternoon.
“You can’t keep Jerry Nadler down,” tweeted de Blasio. “Thank you to the staff at PS 199 and NYC Health + Hospitals for their quick response.”MORE NEWS: On Day Of Beloved Father's Funeral, Long Island Family Says They Learned Someone Else Was Buried In His Plot
Nadler is the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.