UPDATE: Ortiz shooting: Baseball legend needed parts of organs removed, surveillance video captures shooting [VIDEO]

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Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz had to have parts of his intestines and colon, as well as his gallbladder, removed after being shot in his native Dominican Republic, according to reports.

The 43-year-old also suffered liver damage when a gunman fired at him from nearly point-blank range during an ambush at the Dial Bar and Lounge in the capital, Santo Domingo, ESPN reported.

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“Doctors say he is out of danger, but he is heavily sedated and will be in intensive care for the next 24 hours,” Ortiz’s media assistant Leo Lopez told ESPN’s Enrique Rojas.

Lopez said the surgery, which lasted six hours, was performed by three doctors, led by Dr. Abel Gonzalez, at the Abel Gonzalez clinic.

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