Shot US lawmaker Giffords moving to rehab

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January 21, 2011 20:31

 
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TUCSON — A US congresswoman shot in the head left a Tucson hospital Friday and is being flown to a Houston rehabilitation center for her next steps in her recovery, less than two weeks after she was shot in the head.

Well-wishers holding flags and signs that read "Get well Gabby" lined the ambulance's route between the hospital and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, where US Representative Gabrielle Giffords was loaded on a specially outfitted jet.

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