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Paramedics Save Jockey's Life


 
 

Gillian Wong | | Friday, August 21, 2009


Three paramedics brought a man back to life during Thursday s qualifiers at Hiawatha Horse Park.

After 68-year-old horseman Roger Hamm collapsed and fell from his sulky in the third qualifier, paramedics rushed onto the scene to resuscitate him, reported Standardbred Canada.

Witnesses say the jockey began leaning to one side of the cage and then fell out. Paramedics hopped the fence and rushed to his side.

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