Right place, right time for patient who suffered a cardiac arrest

Michael Evans had a cardiac arrest in the back of an ambulance while being transported to James Cook University Hospital. Initially Michael went to Darlington Memorial Hospital in December with chest pains.  As he approached A&E, his symptoms worsened.  He was spotted by paramedic Kevin Dinning and clinical care assistant Andrew Wallace who were handing over another patient at the time. The crew set up an electrocardiogram (ECG) on Michael to check his heart and found that he was having a massive ...