Rep. Tom Reed says his collapse on Thursday afternoon was the result of an undiagnosed case of pneumonia.

UPDATE:

Rep. Tom Reed says his collapse on Thursday afternoon was the result of an undiagnosed case of pneumonia.

The Republican, who has represented parts of the Southern Tier, Finger Lakes and Western New York in Congress since 2010, had collapsed around 1:30 p.m. in the Cannon Rotunda of the Capitol Building shortly before he was scheduled to speak with Fox Business.

“Thank you to everyone for their thoughts and prayers. After my evaluation by the doctors at George Washington University Hospital, it turns out I had a previously undiagnosed case of pneumonia. I look forward to returning to work on Monday," Reed said in a statement.

ORIGINAL:

Rep. Tom Reed, who represents New York’s 23rd District in Congress, collapsed Thursday afternoon in Washington, D.C.

The congressman's communications director says that Reed collapsed around 1:30 p.m. in the Cannon Rotunda of the Capitol Building. He was about to do an interview with Fox Business when it happened.

"Tom is in good condition, responsive, and being checked out by medical personnel following today's fall," Communications Director Will Reinert said.

The Republican has represented Southern Tier, Finger Lakes, and Western New York in Congress since 2010.