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Ireland Hero garda gives CPR after Dublin Marathon runner has suspected heart attack

06:55  29 october  2019
06:55  29 october  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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A hero garda helped save a runner's life after they had a suspected heart attack during the Dublin Marathon.

Emergency services rushed to the scene after a man collapsed while undertaking the mammoth run along with 20,000 others on Sunday.

An on-duty female detective rushed to the man's aid and gave CPR as backup arrived.

The Dublin Fire Brigade then rushed him to hospital where he's recovering well.

A marathon spokeswoman confirmed the incident saying the man was treated immediately and should be OK.

She said: "The Dublin Marathon can confirm that a participant took ill yesterday on course of the KBC Dublin Marathon.

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An on duty Garda saved the life of a Dublin Marathon runner yesterday after the participant suffered a suspected heart attack during the race. According to Dublin Live, luckily a female detective was on site to administer life-saving CPR until further help arrived. Great outcome at Dublin Marathon

A bystander at Sunday morning's Portland Marathon gave CPR and helped revive a runner who collapsed while suffering a heart attack , according to Kirstyn Rossman was near mile 15 of her first ever marathon , when she saw the man fall to the ground. “Right away I could tell that he needed

"We can confirm that a Garda was present and that the runner was attended to by the medical team immediately and taken to hospital by ambulance; they are expected to make a full recovery."

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