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Lowestoft: Man dies after heart attack in safari park

14:47 26 April 2014

The air ambulance crew were unable to save the man who suffered a cardiac arrest

The air ambulance crew were unable to save the man who suffered a cardiac arrest


A man has died after suffering a heart attack at a safari park in Kessingland.


The East Anglian Air Ambulance attended the park near Lowestoft this morning. Captain Neil Waller flew Dr Jenny Townsend and CCP, Ben Caine to the scene where they treated a man in his sixties who had suffered a cardiac arrest.

An EAAA spokesperson said: “Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of all those at the scene, the patient was declared deceased. Our thoughts are with their family and friends at this sad and difficult time.”



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