Soccer-Watford v Chelsea suspended after medical emergency in stands

Soccer-Watford v Chelsea suspended after medical emergency in stands

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1/12/2021 11:32:00 PM

Soccer-Watford v Chelsea suspended after medical emergency in stands

WATFORD, England (Reuters) - Watford's Premier League home game against Chelsea at Vicarage Road was suspended after 12 minutes on Wednesday because of a medical emergency in the stands.

The score at the time was 0-0.No further details were available although, according to an Amazon Prime pitchside reporter, a fan was having CPR after suffering a heart attack.The fan was taken to hospital and the game resumed after a delay of around 30 minutes.

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