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Australia Man pulled unconscious from water dies of cardiac arrest at Sydney beach

04:45  22 january  2020
04:45  22 january  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A bystander had pulled the man from the water and started performing CPR before paramedics took over. Emergency services worked to save the man , but a police spokeswoman confirmed he died An ambulance spokesman said the man was diabetic, and was treated by paramedics for cardiac arrest .

A man has died after being pulled unconscious from the water on Sydney ’s Northern Beaches . NSW Ambulance responded to reports of a person in cardiac arrest at Bilgola Beach after 5pm on Tuesday. Paramedics performed CPR on the 28-year-old man who was pulled from the water by

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NSW Ambulance responded to reports of a person in cardiac arrest at Bilgola Beach after 5pm on Tuesday.

Paramedics performed CPR on the 28-year-old man who was pulled from the water by members of the public, NSW Ambulance said in a statement on Tuesday evening.

"Paramedics worked tirelessly with other emergency services, but despite their best efforts, nothing further could be done," the agency said.

"This a tragic event for everyone involved," NSW Ambulance Inspector Ronald Mawhinney said in a statement.

"Paramedics, with the assistance of lifesavers and police, did everything they could to resuscitate the man, but unfortunately he could not be revived."

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