Renee-Nicole Douceur Suffers Stranded In South Pole After Suffering Possible Stroke

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(Courtesy of The Huff Post)

A woman working at the South Pole is stuck waiting for a rescue chopper after she suffered a possible stroke.

ABC News reports that Renee-Nicole Douceur was diagnosed by a doctor at the Amundsen-Scott research station as having what may have been a mild stroke. But to be taken to a hospital for more tests and treatment, Douceur must wait until at least Oct. 17 for a plane to safely fly to the South Pole under harsh winter conditions.

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