Kylie Jenner had to end her live stream early, which was taking place shortly after her sister's ex's hospitalization was revealed

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Once again, the Kardashian-Jenner family proves they’ll drop anything and everything to support each other.

Kylie Jenner abruptly ended a live stream being shown through her app and website on Tuesday, shortly after news broke that her former brother-in-law Lamar Odom had been hospitalized in Las Vegas.

“Had to end my live stream. I love you guys,” Jenner tweeted just a few minutes into the stream.

Odom, 35, was rushed to a hospital after being found unconscious at a brothel in Nevada, Nye County Sheriff Sharon A. Wehrly said in a statement to PEOPLE.

“After being treated by the physicians, arrangements were made to transport him by Mercy Air helicopter. However, Mr. Odom was unable to be transported by air due to his stature,” Wehrly said. “He was immediately transported by Pahrump Valley Fire and Rescue Ambulance to Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada, for further treatment.”

Odom became unconscious sometime after 6 a.m. on Tuesday after two women had seen him go to sleep in his room, brothel owner Dennis Hof told PEOPLE.

Odom’s ex-wife and Jenner’s half sister, Khloé Kardashian, flew to be by his side Tuesday night after learning his condition was serious, sources told PEOPLE.