WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - A Hutchinson WWII veteran who helped commemorate the D-Day anniversary in Normandy last week is out of a Texas hospital and back at home.

The return flight from France landed in Dallas Friday night, and Olen Mitchell was among several veterans were taken to a local hospital, Mitchell Theaters said Saturday. After a busy week and a long flight home, some experienced difficulty breathing, dehydration, anxiety, irregular heartbeats, and exhaustion.

"Olen was one of those experiencing some trouble and was admitted to the hospital for observation," the post said.

Olen remained hospitalized on Sunday after experiencing atrial fibrillation. He was originally expected to undergo a procedure to restore regular heart rhythm on Monday. 

Mitchell Theaters said Tuesday on Facebook that doctors decided to go with medication instead of the procedure. The post included a photo of Olen back in Hutchinson, giving a thumbs up. 

"Olen is looking forward to seeing his family and friends at Wesley Towers, Kansas Honor Flight, and the local American Legion. We want to again thank everyone for following along on Olen's journey to Paris and Normandy and for all of the thoughts and prayers."

On May 30, a motorcade and military flags escorted Olen from Hutchinson to Dwight D. Eisenhower National airport to board an American Airlines flight to France.