Woman in her 40s dies from heart attack at her home near Huntingdon

09:52 07 January 2013

Magpas team in helicopter

Magpas team in helicopter

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A WOMAN died at home yesterday (Sunday) after she suffered a heart attack.

Paramedics rushed to a house near Huntingdon at 8.39am to reports of a woman, in her 40s, who was suffering cardiac arrest.

Magpas Helimedix doctor Juergen Klein and paramedic Simon Standen attempted to resuscitate the woman for 40 minutes.

A Magpas spokesman said: “Sadly, despite all their best efforts, the patient was pronounced dead at the scene, our thoughts are with her family and friends at this time.”

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