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**** Tottenham v Poocastle ****

Discussion in 'Spurs News & Views' started by markysimmo, 15 Oct 2021.

  1. Glenda's Legs

    Glenda's Legs Steffen Iversen

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    It's not clear which defibrilator was used - one located in the stand or one delivered by the club doctor, but at least lack of the equipment was not an issue. Well done to Dier for his actions regardless of whether it was needed or not.

    The club would like to thank fans for their swift actions in raising the alarm and praise those who provided immediate chest compressions, as well as thanking the on-site medical professionals who swiftly administered emergency treatment using a defibrillator located close to the incident.”
    Newcastle club doctor Paul Catterson ran across the pitch carrying one of the stadium’s six defibrillators, installed back in 2015.

    https://inews.co.uk/sport/football/...upporter-fan-doctor-cpr-defibrillator-1253893

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    https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/ae-doctor-saved-life-fan-25243136
     
  2. Bullet

    Bullet Tom Huddlestone

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    Agreed @Glenda's Legs, main thing is they had >0 defibrillator!
    Also good to know there are several heart specialists in the crowd, very handy.

    “The club would like to thank fans for their swift actions in raising the alarm and praise those who provided immediate chest compressions, as well as thanking the on-site medical professionals who swiftly administered emergency treatment using a defibrillator located close to the incident. Newcastle United club doctor, Dr Paul Catterson, also attended the incident to offer additional support with an additional defibrillator. Our best wishes go to the supporter and their loved ones and we hope for a swift and full recovery.”
     

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