PURCHASE, N.Y. (AP) - Authorities say an ambulance was called to
the suburban New York home of former New York Knicks basketball
coach Isiah Thomas, and someone from the home was taken to a hospital.
Harrison Police Department Officer Vincent Lanzillotti says an ambulance responded to the 911 call early Friday. He declined to give any details, except to say a person was taken to White Plains Hospital.
WCBS Radio reported the call involved "an issue with sleeping
Barry Watkins, vice president of communications for Madison Square Garden, told The Journal News newspaper, "Isiah is fine."
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