Monday, February 5, 2001, 9:00 pm.

Dr. Hyles is in extremely critical condition. The next 24 hours to seven days are critical.
Doctors are keeping Dr. Hyles heavily medicated until late tomorrow afternoon;
if he stabilizes they will begin to revive him

Doctors performed quadruple bypass and replaced two heart valves.
When Dr. Hyles was brought into the operating room he had a second heart
attack, which would have been fatal if it had occurred outside of the operating

While in surgery, Dr. Hyles had an aneurysm of the heart wall, and excessive
bleeding. Surgery lasted over 8 hours. The surgeon is guardedly optimistic,

These are critical hours for Dr. Hyles. The Hyles family covets your prayers
at this time.

Tomorrow afternoon a special message will be given from the Hyles family
regarding the surgery and the related circumstances.

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