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eastend joker 10:03 Thu Oct 26
Fella at the turnstiles last night
Hope there was a good outcome for the fella who collapsed at the turnstiles last night ,

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Glenn Roeder 6:31 Fri Nov 10
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
Chester - there was.

http://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2017/october/30-october/hammer-pays-tribute-fellow-fan-who-saved-his-dads-life

zico 5:32 Fri Nov 10
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
Quite ironic that a Hammer who saved a Hammer has the name Ian Pearse, albeit with an S instead of a C. Top man.

cheeses cruyf 5:07 Fri Nov 10
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
First thing he said when he came to was "whats the score"

Reminded me of the night my Dad died,he had a heart attack on a night Terry Marsh was fighting,he came to briefly and asked who won the fight. Last words he ever spoke

LeroysBoots 4:43 Fri Nov 10
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ChesterRd 4:07 Fri Nov 10

Give it time, I'm sure they will make something out of it

Alwaysaniron 4:30 Fri Nov 10
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Top fella there... Like to think all on WHO would do and act the same.....

ChesterRd 4:07 Fri Nov 10
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
Has there been any sort of recognition on the official site?

Lily Hammer 4:04 Fri Nov 10
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
Great link there Eddie.

Top bloke,that man who did the CPR. Free beers.

Eddie B 3:55 Fri Nov 10
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-essex-41933667/west-ham-united-football-fan-meets-man-who-saved-his-life

kirok1 3:03 Sat Oct 28
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
Best wishes for recovery. Good to know things have turned out well.

Northern Sold 3:02 Sat Oct 28
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Top stuff... anyone remember that bloke that had a cardiac and died at Cardiff in the FA Cup final.... we went 2-0 up and it was enough for him... suppose not a bad way to go winning at the time in the final

charleyfarley 2:50 Sat Oct 28
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Pinched from KUMB
The son of a West Ham supporter who suffered a heart attack prior to West Ham United's 3-2 win at Wembley on Wednesday night has thanked the individual who saved his father's life.

Wayne Perry's father collapsed prior to the start of West Ham's Carabao Cup match with Tottenham on Wednesday but due to the quick-thinking of a fellow supporter who administered CPR on the spot, survived the ordeal.

"Around 20 mins before kick off my Dad collapsed after having a heart attack (not known at the time)," Wayne told KUMB. "It got chaotic and we were shouting for a medic. We put Dad in the recovery position.

"Then a gentleman approached my friend and said: "I’m a medic", ripped off Dad's shirt and began administering CPR. Although it seemed like this went on for an age, apparently the paramedics were there in two minutes and shocked him with a defibrillator to get his heart going.

"The Doctors said that without that CPR he would not have made it. I never got to say anything to the guy who saved Dad's life as it was all a bit mad, hence my request to do so."



Hero: life-saver Ian Pearse


Following his father's recovery in hospital, Wayne and the Perry family asked KUMB to help find the individual who saved his father's life. And we are delighted to reveal that the Hammers hero is company director Ian Pearse.

"When my Dad is better we plan to get together and sink a few!" added Wayne. "I can’t thank everyone enough for their help and support. I was never a fan of social media but the messages and response has blown me away.

"We are planning on turning an awful experience into a positive and I'd like to thank everyone involved for getting the message out there."

Administering CPR is known to save about five per cent of those who experience a heart attack or seizure. The chance of survival is hugely enhanced (to some 50 per cent) if a defibrillator is used, as in this case.

Sven Roeder 5:09 Fri Oct 27
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
Sounds like he might have done some work in the dressing room at half time too

Would be a nice touch if the club acknowledged him on the pitch & maybe paid for his season ticket
As a reward not a punishment

Lily Hammer 5:04 Fri Oct 27
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One tip I remember is about the speed of pumping the chest. I've never listened to The Archers on Radio 4, but I know the theme song well, and that is the recommended tempo.

der dee der dee der dee der

der dee der dee derrr der

der dee der dee der dee der

der dee-dee der dee-dee der


Write that down. It may save a loved one.

arsene york-hunt 5:01 Fri Oct 27
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I can only imagine how elated the bloke that did the CPR felt getting a result like that. I have done CPR twice and would have given anything to have saved either one of them. I felt really bad on both ocassions but I believe both of them were dead before I started.

VirginiaHam 4:40 Fri Oct 27
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Westside 1:53 Fri Oct 27

You can guarantee that isn't the case here in the US. People here sue for a cut finger.

Westside 1:53 Fri Oct 27
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Is it correct that if you are giving CPR to someone and something happens to the person receiving the CPR, e.g. brain damage or death; then that persons family can sue you if its proved your actions contributed to the condition or death?

To date,, no one in the UK has ever been sued for administering life-saving First Aid.

http://www.realfirstaid.co.uk/dutyofcare/

Dr Moose 1:45 Fri Oct 27
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Is it correct that if you are giving CPR to someone and something happens to the person receiving the CPR, e.g. brain damage or death; then that persons family can sue you if its proved your actions contributed to the condition or death?

wanstead_hammer 1:42 Fri Oct 27
Re: Fella at the turnstiles last night
Hats off to the West Ham bloke who acted so swiftly.
And great to hear that the 'patient' is on the mend.

Bom Stickle 12:54 Fri Oct 27
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Everyone in the country should be taught CPR and basic recovery positions. It should go to every school pupil so that they know growing up.

Well done to the fella who succeeded in extending someone's life.

Nurse Ratched 12:05 Fri Oct 27
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If you see a member of the public giving CPR and waiting for an ambulance, and it's not certain when the paramedics will arrive, if there's a large supermarket nearby, or hotel, they might have a defibrillator you can use. You can leave the person to carry on with CPR (it's vital they don't stop) and see if you can help by finding a defibrillator.

In this case, at a large public event, medics with the right equipment will have been on stand-by I should imagine.

Lily Hammer 11:56 Fri Oct 27
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Didn't spot this thread , so I repeat what I said on the other.

Well done that Hammer. He shouldn't have to pay for a beer on match day for the rest of the season.

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