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Struck on head by falling vase, Supervisor Ally Miller taken to hospital

Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller was transported to a hospital after being taken from her office on the top floor of the Pima County Administration Building via stretcher late Friday afternoon.

While county officials couldn't provide details about Miller's medical condition on Friday, multiple sources confirmed that she suffered some sort of medical distress and was taken to the hospital by ambulance around 4 p.m.

Saturday morning, Miller posted on Facebook, saying that "A vase fell off the top of a shelf and hit me on the top of the head yesterday."

"As you might imagine a head wound does bleed a lot. CT scan is all good and they stapled the wound together at St. Mary's," Miller said.

"I will be back to work on Monday. Thanks for your concern and good wishes, everyone," she said.

Miller, a Republican, was re-elected in November to represent District 1, which covers eastern Marana, Oro Valley and much of the Catalina Foothills.

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Supervisor Miller during a June 2016 meeting.