Casino Billionaire Sheldon Adelson Breaks Three Ribs in Fall

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Nov/21/2017

Casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson missed the Venetian Macao’s 10th anniversary celebration following a gruesome fall Monday evening that left the 84-year-old with three broken ribs.

Ron Reese, senior vice president of global communications, said in a statement sent to GGRAsia.com: “Las Vegas Sands chairman Sheldon G. Adelson fractured three ribs during a ferry ride from Macau to Hong Kong.”

It added: “Mr Adelson has been receiving treatment for the injury and is expected to make a full recovery.

“He was not able to participate in the events celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Venetian Macao, but he is grateful for the support of everyone in attendance, especially those representing the government. He looks forward to returning to Macau in early 2018,” added the statement.

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