St. Augustine mayor recovering after stroke at City Hall

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – Nancy Shaver, the mayor of St. Augustine, is recovering after she suffered a stroke following a meeting at City Hall, according to a release Tuesday from the city.

City staff members were still at City Hall when Shaver began showing symptoms of a medical emergency, and someone called 911, the release said. Shaver was taken to Flagler Hospital, but is now at a hospital in Jacksonville.

According to the release, Shaver is recovering well. A statement from the city reads in part:

Mayor Shaver’s family thanks the community for its outpouring of well wishes for her full recovery and asks that flowers, cards or sentiments be held until she returns home.

On Tuesday night, Shaver posted to Facebook:

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