Update: Man in his 70s taken to hospital after suffering cardiac arrest

EMERGENCY services have now left the scene on Holmer Road where a man came off his bike after suffering cardiac arrest.

West Midlands Ambulance Service received the call at 3.18pm this afternoon, and a Rapid Response vehicle was at the scene soon after.

A bystander had started performing CPR on the elderly man near the Leisure Centre before paramedics took over.

The man was taken to Hereford County Hospital.

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6:00pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Ubique5740 says...

First of all I wish the "elderly man " a full speedy recovery.
Second , do they say " a young teenager " no they do not , so why call a man in his 70's " elderly man " .
If that's is the correct term please do not call me that.
( I only came back from Credenhill Wood because my good lady called me elderly , I think it was a reason for me to get posting again - having said that, if s-troll gets carried away again I'm off ).
First of all I wish the "elderly man " a full speedy recovery. Second , do they say " a young teenager " no they do not , so why call a man in his 70's " elderly man " . If that's is the correct term please do not call me that. ( I only came back from Credenhill Wood because my good lady called me elderly , I think it was a reason for me to get posting again - having said that, if s-troll gets carried away again I'm off ). Ubique5740
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