Florida Rep. Steube provides update on his recovery after 25 foot fall from Sarasota roof

FIRST ON FOX - A congressman from Florida who was seriously injured after falling more than 20 feet while cutting a tree outside his Sarasota home says he’ll "be carrying out

as many of my congressional duties as possible" as he recovers at home after being released from the hospital. "I am blessed to have a great support team in my wife Jennifer

as well as numerous friends and family, including the Steube pups! Grateful for everyone’s prayers and well-wishes as I recover from a fractured pelvis, a punctured lung, and

several torn ligaments in my neck," Rep. Greg Steube of Florida said in a statement shared first with Fox News Digital on Monday. FLORIDA REP. GREG STEUBE RELEASED FROM

HOSPITAL AFTER 25-FOOT FALL IN YARDWORK ACCIDENT: ‘GLORY GOES TO GOD’ In the first photo of the congressman since his fall, Steube lies in a neck brace with his two pups on

the couch of his Florida home.  The three-term Republican congressman emphasized that "while I will be sidelined in Sarasota for several weeks, I will be carrying out as

many of my congressional duties as possible, and our DC and district staff continue to be readily available to assist Floridians in FL-17. I’m eager to rejoin my colleagues in

Washington as soon as possible!" FLORIDA REP. GREG STEUBE HOSPITALIZED AFTER FALLING FROM LADDER READ ON THE FOX NEWS APP Steube spent four days in the hospital

after he was knocked from a ladder on Wednesday and fell 25 feet.  A bystander witnessed the fall and called 911. The lawmaker was then rushed to Sarasota Memorial's

intensive care unit.