Young man dies after cardiac arrest on the street in Alicante’s La Nucia

Young man dies after cardiac arrest on the street in Alicante's La Nucia. Image: PLNucia/Facebook

SPAIN’S Local Police reported that a young man, who suffered a cardiac arrest on the street in Alicante’s La Nucia, tragically died on Wednesday, November 2.

After reporting that the young man – who was described as a “minor” by the Local Police of Costa Blanca’s La Nucia – had suffered a cardiac arrest on Tossalet street, an update from the force has sadly revealed that the person has died.

Local Police were called to Tossalet street alongside ambulance crews after reports that a young man was unconscious.

The emergency services arrived on the scene at 8.02 am.

When they arrived, paramedics began CPR manoeuvres for cardiac arrest and after stabilising the young man, he was rushed to the hospital.

Sadly, at around 3 pm, the young man passed away in the Hospital of Villajoyosa.

The age and name of the victim have not yet been released to the public.

The tragic news comes months after a teenager died following a cardiac arrest in the Valencian Community.

On Saturday, August 20, a 19-year-old man died of a cardiac arrest after being pulled from the water following a near-drowning incident in a reservoir in Valencia province’s Cortes de Pallás.


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Matthew Roscoe

Originally from the UK, Matthew is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

Comments


    • Roger Sandridge

      03 November 2022 • 11:47

      AND WE KNOW WHY..

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      • CCW60

        04 November 2022 • 02:00

        YES we sure do!

        Reply
    • M

      03 November 2022 • 18:23

      Only a full autopsy will give a clear picture of death, all sudden deaths and cardiac arrests details can be then collected and compiled for future use by the Hague for a later date when sufficient evidence is gathered.

      Reply

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