It came as shocking news that former Australian cricketer Ryan Campbell suffered a heart attack in England.
The 50-year-old, who played two one-day internationals for Australia in 2002, remains in induced coma and is in intensive care at Stoke-on-Trent Hospital in the West Midlands, and there is room for treatment. .
Radio host Gareth Parker broke the news Tuesday morning, choking as he detailed Campbell’s condition.
Cambo is currently in intensive care in a London hospital after suffering a heart attack on Sunday, “Parker told 6PR Breakfast in Perth before correcting his point of view.
“As of 45 minutes ago, he was still unresponsive, although under the care of doctors he had successfully tried spontaneous breathing. The news came as a shock to his family and friends in Australia, who were informed about the revival on Sunday. ”
Campbell collapsed when he began to have difficulty breathing while spending time with his two children on the playground on Sunday.
Campbell was spotted by a passerby who had, fortunately, just finished a CPR course and administered CPR before paramedics arrived at the scene.
“Ryan was beaten when paramedics arrived (at the playground) about 15 minutes later and has been in hospital ever since,” said Parker.
“He has started to partially inhale on his own, his blood pressure is fine, so those are good signs – doctors don’t think the heart is damaged, but they haven’t been able to find out what’s happening. ”
Campbell and his family in England to visit his mother-in-law, and the 50-year-old visiting his native Perth last week.
Although Campbell has only played for Australia twice, when iconic wicketkeeper and batsman Adam Gilchrist was absent to spend time with his newborn son, he created a great domestic career for Western Australia.
During his stellar first-class career in 98 games from 1994 to 2006, Campbell played in 6,009 games with an average of 36.31.