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Cheney said Whittington, who was retrieving a bird he had just shot, was in a little gully 30 yards away. The vice president, who has had four heart attacks, said he always has a medical team with him, and team members rushed to aid Whittington after the accident. He was laying there on his back, obviously, bleeding.

The vice president told Fox interviewer Brit Hume he has no idea if he hit a bird because he was completely focused on his friend. Cheney said he had had a beer at lunch that day, but nobody was drinking when they went back out to hunt several hours later.

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Whittington was in stable condition at a Corpus Christi hospital after suffering a mild heart attack Tuesday when a birdshot pellet in his chest traveled to his heart. The pellet is just under one-tenth of an inch in diameter.

Cheney has become the butt of jokes over the accident and has faced a broadside of criticism for failing to tell the public about it until 18 hours later. In the Fox interview, he said he thought it made sense to let Armstrong reveal the accident to the local newspaper, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, on Sunday. I had no press person with me. Whittington was still in intensive care yesterday, but only for personal-privacy reasons, said Peter Banko, administrator of Christ us Spohn Hospital. Star Tribune columnist James Lileks, who was hired at the Pioneer Press by Howell in and went to Newhouse with her in , said of her, "She was the most fearless, fierce, fair and honest journalist I've ever met.

The only thing she loved more than her profession were the people with whom she worked -- it was like living with a mixture of Lou Grant and a Cub Scout den mom. Too good to be true. Get some more sources.

Of Howell's legacy, he said, "We have plenty of sources: those she trained and watched and guided. We feel lucky she was our boss; we feel honored to have called her a friend; we are disconsolate at the news. According to the Marlborough Express newspaper in New Zealand, a year-old foreign tourist was taken to Wairau Hospital by ambulance with serious injuries and subsequently died, said Blenheim police Sgt. Dan Mattison. Blenheim is a town of 30, people on the northeast coast of New Zealand's South Island.

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Chris Coleman said late Friday that the family knew little more about the accident than was in the New Zealand newspaper. Pam Miller is one of two night metro editors for the Star Tribune. In her 30 years at the paper, she has also worked as a copy editor, reporter and West Metro Team editor. Vince Tuss is a producer working on the StarTribune.

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