Ambulance Called As West German Leader Visits Kissinger
KENT, Conn. (AP) _ An ambulance was called to the home of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger as West German President Richard von Weizsacker was visiting, but it turned out not to be needed, according to a published report.
Shortly after an entourage of limousines arrived at Kissinger’s estate Monday night, an ambulance was called. It was believed the ambulance was summoned on behalf of a son of the West German president.
A man identifying himself as Scott Cummings, a Kissinger employee, told The Waterbury Republican that the ill person suffered ″motion sickness ... from an overseas flight″ but recovered.
Von Weizsacker and his wife have three sons and a daughter. Von Weizsacker, 67, is to be the principal speaker Thursday at graduation ceremonies at Harvard University.
Kissinger, a native of Germany, served as national security adviser and then secretary of state in the Nixon administration.