Cornwall Ontario — City Council candidate Brock Frost was taken by ambulance from the Cornwall Library on Monday night. He blacked out three times during the Arts and Culture debate. He was later released from the hospital and he made it back for the end of the debate.
Brock Frost issued this statement on social media:
What a unique and bizarre experience at the all candidates debate tonight at the Cornwall Library. Started with a great crowd and ended up with me blacking out three times and taken away in an ambulance. I suppose no sleep, lack of food, being overworked and stress finally took its toll on me.
This was a very scary and valuable lesson learned. I usually make myself available 24/7 to my tenants, clients, staff and hockey fans – clearly at the expense of my health.
Tomorrow will be a much needed day off.
Big thank you to all the candidates for being so caring and special thanks to Maurice Dupelle for taking care of me tonight.
Good night all. I still have my speech prepared in case anyone still wants to hear it!!
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