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More News On Condition Of Riot's Mark Reale Released

More information on what transpired when Riot's Mark Reale was transported to the hospital on January 11, 2012 (see MU article at this location) has surfaced from the stricken guitarist's official website.

The site's Websmaters have been posting information about the Reale's condition, of which the latest indicated that the Riot founder suffered a subarachnoid hemmorhage as a result of a seizure and has been in a coma since his admission. The condition is when bleeding occurs in the area between the arachnoid membrane and the pia mater surrounding the brain.

Reale is also facing other critical conditions as a result of his lifelong battle with Crohn's disease and is under the care of San Antonio physicians. At the behest of Reale's family Riot has continued its live dates, the latest of which is the 70000 Tons of Metal cruise which is ongoing.

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1. HMR writes:

This pure f***ing sucks. Mark Reale is incredible. All the best to him and his family in this time of hardship.

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