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Zsa Zsa Gabor Listed in Critical Condition

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Following a surgery and reports that she was doing well earlier this week, Zsa Zsa Gabor's publicist is saying that she's in critical condition and not responding to human contact, even though her eyes are open. Last Saturday, the 93-year-old Bel Air resident suffered a broken hip after falling out of bed when trying to answer the phone. Doctors fear Gabor may have suffered a stroke, something she went through in 2005. She's been partially paralyzed since 2002, stemming from car crash on Sunset Boulevard.