"He is in a critical condition", said Peru's health ministry.
"Let's pray to God to give him strength", Erasmo Reyna, Garcia's lawyer, told journalists at the hospital, as Garcia's supporters chanted slogans in support.
Police stand guard outside a hospital where Peru's former President Alan Garcia was taken after he shot himself, in Lima, Peru April 17, 2019.
Garcia professed his innocence and said he was being targeted politically.
The San Mateo County Sheriff's office said at the time it was aware that Toledo was wanted by Peruvian officials, but added that "the existence of charges in Peru alone does not authorize the subject's arrest in the United States".
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Once deregistered, lessors are free to reclaim a plane and lease it to another airline. SBI did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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The incident took place on November 7, 2018, on Bayberry Drive near Highway 401 and Winston Churchill Boulevard in Mississauga. This week, police released video footage of the suspect at the victim's door in the hope that the person could be identified.
A warrant for Mr Garcia's arrest had been issued in relation to allegations the former leader had received an illegal payment from Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht. Local television program "Hablemos Claro" reported that when police arrived to Garcia's residence to arrest him, the ex-president shut himself in his room and attempted to take his life. Officers forced entry into the bedroom and found Garcia in a sitting position with a wound to the head.
Odebrecht took responsibility for bribes paid in relation to several contracts, including the construction of Lima's Metro while Garcia was in office. Garcia is one of more than 230 people across Latin America investigated in a corruption case centered on Brazilian conglomerate Odebrecht.
Last year, Mr Garcia asked Uruguay for political asylum after he was banned from leaving the country to keep him from fleeing or obstructing the investigation. The Uruguayan government denied the request in December.
Garcia, 69, was a populist firebrand whose erratic first presidency in the 1980s was marked by hyperinflation, rampant corruption and the rise of the Shining Path guerrilla movement. Prosecutors are now seeking to extend Kuczynski's detention until he can be brought to trial.
"The only clean president in Peru is president Alan Garcia".