(WASHINGTON) -- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) slipped and dislocated his shoulder while on a run Wednesday morning, ABC News has learned.
Despite rainy conditions, Reid, 71, was out for a morning jog when he stopped to rest on a car, his hand slipped, and he fell and dislocated his shoulder, according to one of his aides.
The Nevada lawmaker has a scrape above his left eye, but an aide says that Reid is “totally fine” and “in good spirits.”
Reid was not present to kick off the day's proceedings in the Senate, but was expected to arrive on Capitol Hill for work on Wednesday.
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