Man collapses in Sutton High Street

Sutton Guardian: Man collapses in Sutton High Street Man collapses in Sutton High Street

A man collapsed at a bus stop in Sutton High Street this morning.

Three ambulances were parked in the bus stop, next to Sutton Green, while paramedics tried to resuscitate the man on the pathway.

A spokesperson for the London Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 9.22am to Oakhill Road, Sutton, to reports of a man who had collapsed and stopped breathing.

“We sent an ambulance crew and single responder in a car to the scene.

“Extensive efforts were made to resuscitate the man - both at the scene and en route to St Helier Hospital.”

The police also attended the incident.


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2:42pm Tue 25 Feb 14

AlexTB says...

I hope the patient recovers.
I hope the patient recovers. AlexTB

3:01pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Leanne 1984 says...

Does anyone know if the man recovered. I was 1 of the people giving crp till the paramedics arrived.
Does anyone know if the man recovered. I was 1 of the people giving crp till the paramedics arrived. Leanne 1984

3:54pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Niki R says...

Do we still need to argue the case for St Helier? I really hope this man is ok, and makes a full recovery. Such terrible news.
Do we still need to argue the case for St Helier? I really hope this man is ok, and makes a full recovery. Such terrible news. Niki R

4:33pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Boomhauser says...

Leanne 1984 wrote:
Does anyone know if the man recovered. I was 1 of the people giving crp till the paramedics arrived.
Hi Leanne. According to St. Helier hospital (at around 11am) he thankfully was responding to treatment and well enough to be able to talk to the doctors.

Cheers
[quote][p][bold]Leanne 1984[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know if the man recovered. I was 1 of the people giving crp till the paramedics arrived.[/p][/quote]Hi Leanne. According to St. Helier hospital (at around 11am) he thankfully was responding to treatment and well enough to be able to talk to the doctors. Cheers Boomhauser

5:42pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Leanne 1984 says...

Boomhauser wrote:
Leanne 1984 wrote:
Does anyone know if the man recovered. I was 1 of the people giving crp till the paramedics arrived.
Hi Leanne. According to St. Helier hospital (at around 11am) he thankfully was responding to treatment and well enough to be able to talk to the doctors.

Cheers
That's fantastic news I am so pleased. I wish him a speedy recovery.
[quote][p][bold]Boomhauser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Leanne 1984[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know if the man recovered. I was 1 of the people giving crp till the paramedics arrived.[/p][/quote]Hi Leanne. According to St. Helier hospital (at around 11am) he thankfully was responding to treatment and well enough to be able to talk to the doctors. Cheers[/p][/quote]That's fantastic news I am so pleased. I wish him a speedy recovery. Leanne 1984

6:38pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Pault11 says...

Well done to Leanne I witnessed this today - By the time i drove past the policeman was giving CPR and the paramedics were there - well done to Leanne you could of saved his life - im so glad he is ok well done to everyone involved i know all the paramedics were working extremely hard and also everyone else - ive been thinking about this guy all day im glad he is ok and thank god he could get to St helier
Well done to Leanne I witnessed this today - By the time i drove past the policeman was giving CPR and the paramedics were there - well done to Leanne you could of saved his life - im so glad he is ok well done to everyone involved i know all the paramedics were working extremely hard and also everyone else - ive been thinking about this guy all day im glad he is ok and thank god he could get to St helier Pault11

11:42am Sun 2 Mar 14

jackson80 says...

People like Leanne 1984 is the reason I moved to sutton
People like Leanne 1984 is the reason I moved to sutton jackson80

10:09am Sun 9 Mar 14

Lazydays says...

Let's not forget the police officers who were obviously there first and according to Pault11 were giving CPR, so well done to them, they probably saved the mans life.
Let's not forget the police officers who were obviously there first and according to Pault11 were giving CPR, so well done to them, they probably saved the mans life. Lazydays

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