South Dakota Sen. Tim Johnson says he fractured his right arm at the shoulder after falling in his U.S. Senate office last week.
Johnson says he is doing well and will be in his office on Tuesday.
Johnson's wife, Barbara, fell while running last month and fractured an arm and a wrist.
Barbara Johnson jokes that she knew her husband was sympathetic about her recent injuries, but he didn't need sustain his own injury to show how he felt.
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