UPDATE: State officials say Attorney General Buddy Caldwell has fully recovered after an accident last week.
Caldwell was involved in a single vehicle accident near Tallulah. He was admitted to the hospital to determine what caused some dizziness that led to that crash.
Monday, his office says he was back at work.
UPDATE: Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is now being treated at a hospital in Jackson, MS following his accident Wednesday morning in Tallulah.
Caldwell was moved to that hospital on Thursday.
His office released this statement today:
"Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is feeling fine and has been in constant contact with the Louisiana Department of Justice following a single car accident on Wednesday. He is currently in Jackson, Mississippi, completing routine tests to determine the cause of dizziness he experienced at the time of the accident. He thanks everyone for the outpouring of support and warm wishes."
UPDATE: Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is expected to be released from Madison Parish Hospital today after being injured in a Wednesday morning accident.
UPDATE: Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell will spend the night in the hospital as a precaution. His office says doctors want to be sure he's fine. Caldwell is said to be in good spirits and his injuries are considered minor.
UPDATE: Louisiana Attorney General felt nauseous before his accident Wednesday morning, that's according to Louisiana State Police.
The accident happened on U.S. Highway 65 around 7:15. Caldwell's vehicle left the road and hit a tree.
Caldwell was taken to Madison Parish Hospital with minor injuries.
Caldwell was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash.
Tests were being ran as a precaution. Caldwell is expected to be released later this afternoon.
TALLULAH -- According to his office, Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is being examined at the Madison Parish Hospital after being involved in a minor, single car traffic accident around 7 a.m. Wednesday.
Caldwell's office reports he is conscious, alert and appears to be in fine condition but doctors are still running tests as a precaution.
Caldwell's office expects him to be released later on Wednesday.