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Villa Fan Suffers Cardiac Arrest

Villa Fan Suffers Cardiac Arrest

The Birmingham Mail are reporting that a man in his 50`s suffered a cardiac arrest at Villa Park last night.

He is said to be doing well in hospital.

A spokesman said: "The WMAS and St John medics worked together to give the patient CPR, drug therapy and two shocks from a defibrillator. The man responded well to treatment and came round at the ground. He was taken by ambulance to City Hospital where he continues to undergo treatment. Whilst it is very early days, the initial signs are hopeful. This case shows the value of knowing how to carry out CPR,"

Puts our moans in perspective, I`m sure I speak for us all wishing our fellow Villan all the best and a speedy recovery.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday January 23 2013
Time: 10:38AM

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All the best to the poor man. In fairness, I think we all have dicky tickers after that performance.
xfranc
23/01/2013 10:46:00
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He cares too much. Stop giving a *****, it's healthier. Seemples :-/ And get well soon.
BOF
23/01/2013 10:52:00
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/\ someone thinking of the children :-D
BOF
23/01/2013 10:53:00
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I thought this was about me because I felt physically ill after the game. I wish him all the best and a quick recovery. Supporting Aston Villa is not good for our health.
Blitz
23/01/2013 11:02:00
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Perhaps the poor bloke will have the same charisma bypass that Lambert has had.
spurdon
23/01/2013 11:20:00
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Perhaps Lambert should visit the man and apologise personally for that embarrassment we all witnessed. Hope the man makes a speedy recovery, all the best to him.
Villa 4 Ever
23/01/2013 11:47:00
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Best wishes to him. Saw the ambulance enter the ground during the first half.
Gordonsleftboot
23/01/2013 12:01:00
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LOL @ Spurdon. Wish the guy all the best, the club should fund the best private care in way of an apology.
mattyh1986
23/01/2013 12:07:00
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I was standing at the bottom of the lower Doug Ellis during injury time and everyone was so worked up, it was crazy
PiperUK
23/01/2013 12:10:00
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Get well soon Fella. Get well soon.
Villa_Grizzly
23/01/2013 12:11:00
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