After being discharged from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston earlier this week, Bills super fan Ezra Castro, better known as Pancho Billa, was taken by ambulance to a Dallas hospital Sunday night, he tweeted.
In the Emergency Room in Dallas, Amigos.
God is good. Ambulance got me here safe & fast. Thank you all for the prayers & love. Blessed Easter to all. Ill b ok. #PanchoPower 💪🥚
— Pancho Billa (@PanchoBilla1) April 21, 2019
Earlier in the day, Castro said in a tweet that he was "not truly much better" but he is "fighting."
Castro, who has been fighting cancer since 2017, was back in the hospital last week after a troubling CT scan.
The News' Sean Kirst traveled to Houston and went behind the mask on Castro, the man living with overwhelming pain as he goes through treatments. Read Sean's story here and view James McCoy's photo gallery here.
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