47-year-old man suffers cardiac arrest at Bexleyheath Goals hours after Philip Lamin dies - do you know him?

Philip Lamin suffered a cardiac arrest while playing football at Goals Football Centre.

Philip Lamin suffered a cardiac arrest while playing football at Goals Football Centre.

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PARAMEDICS say they were “attempting to resuscitate” a 47-year-old man who suffered a cardiac arrest at Goals Football Centre in Bexleyheath when he arrived at hospital.

Just hours after 16-year-old Philip Lamin suffered a fatal cardiac arrest during a 5-a-side match at the centre in Graham Road on Tuesday afternoon, paramedics received a second call from the same location.

They were called back to the centre at approximately 9pm.

The man was taken by ambulance to Kings College Hospital in London, where a cardiologist is on duty 24 hours a day.

A London Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “When we got to the hospital our efforts to resuscitate him were being carried out.”

Do you know who the 47-year-old man is?

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9:16pm Fri 8 Feb 13

glenn_london says...

What crass inconsiderate journalism. That is someone's dad,brother, husband and you're dealing with it so cold and heartlessly.
What crass inconsiderate journalism. That is someone's dad,brother, husband and you're dealing with it so cold and heartlessly. glenn_london
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2:12am Sat 9 Feb 13

evilrob666 says...

glenn_london wrote:
What crass inconsiderate journalism. That is someone's dad,brother, husband and you're dealing with it so cold and heartlessly.
Well said
[quote][p][bold]glenn_london[/bold] wrote: What crass inconsiderate journalism. That is someone's dad,brother, husband and you're dealing with it so cold and heartlessly.[/p][/quote]Well said evilrob666
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