URGENT-TRINIDAD-CRIME-Warner leaves jail in ambulance

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, May 28, CMC –Austin Jack Warner, the former FIFA vice president, left a prison here in an ambulance for a private hospital after securing bail late Thursday.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, May 28, CMC –Austin Jack Warner, the former FIFA vice president, left a prison here in an ambulance for a private hospital after securing bail late Thursday.

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