A Havre soldier who was injured in Iraq last week received a special visit from Montana Senator Conrad Burns this morning, according to a press release from the senator's office.
Pfc. Adam McLain appeared to be doing well, and his parents told Burns he was able to sit up in bed for the first time since his injury, the press release said.
McLain is listed in fair condition, Bill Swisher, a spokesman for Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington D.C., said this morning.
McLain, a 1999 graduate of Havre High School, has been treated at the hospital since earlier this week when he was airli...