Egypt's Mubarak Suffers “Heart Crisis“
Supporters of ousted president Hosni Mubarak gather outside Sharm el-Sheikh's International Hospital on Tuesday, after state media reported the former leader was receiving treatment there.
Mubarak suffered a "heart crisis" during questioning over the killing of protesters and embezzling of public funds and is now in intensive care.
Ousted on February 11 after 30 years in office, Mubarak was summoned on Sunday by the public prosecutor as part of the investigation.
His sons, Alaa and Gamal, were also summoned by state prosecutors probing accusations of embezzlement.
Egyptian state television says he was taken to a hospital in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, where he has been in internal exile since leaving office.
Mubarak has suffered from health problems in recent years and went to Germany for gall bladder surgery in March 2010.
Rumors about his health frequently emerged as Mubarak aged in office, particularly after his last surgery.
Mubarak had vowed to die in Egypt when he addressed the country's 80 million people shortly before he stepped down in the wake of mass protests.
Mubarak's family and some political allies have been banned from traveling while state prosecutors investigate complaints against them.