On Monday, a man died of a heart attack after crashing his SUV into a concrete building in Umhlanga, KwaZulu-Natal. According to Kyle van Reenen of Emer-G-Med, emergency services were called to the collision along the Ruth First highway. Upon arrival at the site, it was discovered that an SUV had smashed through the concrete support structure of the overhead bridge. A 40-year-old male motorist was discovered severely entrapped in the wreckage with significant injuries.
Paramedics tried to stabilize Van Reenen as he was cut free with the jaws of life, according to Van Reenen. However, after being extricated, the guy slipped into cardiac arrest and was confirmed dead. uncertainty remains and it is not clear that did the guy die due to the accident or did he die due to seeing his SUV crashed. Emergency service reported successful rescue of the motorist with just minor to no injuries and that the heart attack was after the owner saw his SUV damage.
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