WOMAN DIES DESPITE BEST EFFORTS OF MEDICS AFTER COLLPASING IN THE STREET

A woman in her 50s has sadly died after collapsing in the street in Ventnor yesterday evening (Wednesday).

Police and paramedics were called to Albert Street in the town at 19:39 following reports that an individual had collapsed between Market Street and Pound Lane.

First responders rushed to the scene and carried out CPR on the woman, who was in cardiac arrest.

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Sadly, despite the best efforts of all involved, the individual was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at St Mary’s Hospital.

Police say the incident is being treated as a medical episode with no third party involvement.

The road was blocked for a time.

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guinea pigs
guinea pigs
1 year ago

always makes me wonder why they quote a rough age range for the person. Surely it is irrelevant and need not be stated.

Sue
Sue
Reply to  guinea pigs
1 year ago

If you haven’t been able to contact a family member or friend,if they are not in that age range then you don’t worry that it might be them. So,it isn’t irrelevant.

barbara
barbara
1 year ago

So so sad, thoughts are with her family and friends xx

Truth
Truth
1 year ago

Rest in peace dear…..

Daphne
Daphne
1 year ago

Gosh, what an absolute shock to all her family and friends.
So sad, especially at this time of year.

Mersey
Mersey
1 year ago

Hope biker ok so sad

Pcw
Pcw
Reply to  Mersey
1 year ago

What Biker ??

Smithy
Smithy
Reply to  Mersey
1 year ago

Different story.

Ed Down
Ed Down
1 year ago

What the heck is collpasing?

Stefan Attrill
Stefan Attrill
Reply to  Ed Down
1 year ago

You would think a newspaper would have access to spell check?

Smithy
Smithy
Reply to  Ed Down
1 year ago

Not relevant have some respect

 

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