The grape was later removed by paramedics, using specialist equipment, but the child died. In the second case, a 17 month old boy was eating sandwiches and fruit with his family at home, when he choked on a grape. Attempts to try and dislodge it were unsuccessful and the emergency services were called. The grape was eventually removed by a paramedic but the child still died. The third case involved a 2 year old who was snacking on grapes in the park when he started choking. Again, the grape proved impossible to dislodge, and an ambulance was called. Paramedics were on the scene within a minute and successfully cleared the airway. The child suffered two seizures before reaching hospital and, on arrival, required emergency treatment to relieve swelling on his brain and to drain a build-up of watery fluid in his lungs. He spent five days in intensive care before making a full recovery.official source
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Matt Kryger/IndyStar Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) lies on the ground with a leg injury against the Indianapolis Colts at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016. (Photo: Matt_Kryger / Indy_Star) OAKLAND, Calif. He doesnt know. Thats what Im thinking as Indianapolis Colts outside linebacker Trent Cole is talking quietly, respectfully, hopefully about Oakland quarterback Derek Carr. http://www.feelfreemaldives.com/newnoramurray/2016/10/07/some-ideas-on-rapid-products-for-tips-for-medical-interviewThe game has just ended, this 33-25 loss Saturday to the Raiders that finished off the Colts faint postseason hopes . Carr, having an MVP-type season in his third year, was knocked out of the game in the fourth quarter and later driven away from the field in a golf cart, taken somewhere deep inside Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. To a room with an X-ray machine. The results of those X-rays are in, and theyre not good, and Trent Cole doesnt know.
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