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Lowestoft: Bystander gives CPR to man suffering heart attack

09:28 06 April 2014

An air ambulance was called to the crash near Hadleigh

An air ambulance was called to the crash near Hadleigh

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A heroic bystander helped save a man’s life after giving him CPR following a heart attack.

East Anglian Air Ambulance attended the incident in Lowestoft yesterday afternoon and treated the man in his sixties along with the passerby.

He was then airlifted to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital where he is said to be in a stable condition.

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  • Its great to know that there are still some people who not only know what to do in such situations but are willing to stop and help strangers. Definitely a hero, well done whoever you are.

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