Woman (36) airlifted to hospital after suffering second heart attack

Woman (36) airlifted to hospital after suffering second heart attack

2021-10-16 02:35:00 PM

Woman (36) airlifted to hospital after suffering second heart attack

ER24 spokesperson, Ross Campbell, said the woman, who had suffered a heart attack a month and a half ago, called for assistance at around 9am after experiencing chest pains.

"ER24 paramedics travelled from Tzaneen, dispatching a private medical helicopter to fly ahead to Skukuza airport once they arrived on-scene. Our paramedics treated the patient, who was in a serious condition, with Advanced Life Support interventions before transporting her through to the airport to meet the helicopter," he said.

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Campbell said the patient was then flown to a private hospital in Centurion for specialist Cardiologist care. Read more: IOL News »

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