ABC News' Teddy Davis Reports: Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, D-Ohio, was hospitalized Tuesday night at the Huron Road Hospital in East Cleveland, according to Nicole Williams, the congresswoman's communications director.
The congresswoman was hospitalied after being found "unconscious behind the wheel of a moving car," according to Cleveland's WOIO.
Cleveland’s WOIO reported that police tried to pull over a fast-moving sedan at around 9 p.m. Tuesday but got no response from the driver. When they managed to get the car stopped in a field, they found Tubbs Jones, 58, unconscious in the driver’s seat.
WOIO said that Tubbs Jones' condition has been “stabilized.”
Williams was unaware of any medical condition which may have led to the congresswoman losing consciousness while driving.
Tubbs Jones, a top supporter of Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., during the Democratic primaries, was expected to attend next week's Democratic National Convention.
Williams says it is unknown at this time whether the congresswoman will now be able to attend.