Carly collapsed and was only saved by two cousins giving her CPR Carly Williams, a 34-year-old British bridesmaid suffered a cardiac
arrest and collapsed after walking down the aisle at her sister’s
wedding. According to The Sun UK, the woman only survived after two cousins
gave her CPR – having learned the technique on a first aid course just
weeks earlier. The mum of two said: “I’m lucky to be alive, but I feel so guilty about ruining my sister’s big day.“In all honesty I can’t really remember much at all. The last thing I remember is being on the train in the morning.“I came up with my niece.“Literally there’s a massive gap and I remember waking up two
days later in hospital and just not having a clue what had happened.” Carly was maid of honour at sister Jodie’s wedding at a central London hotel in July when she was taken ill. Jodie said: “I got to the top of the aisle and I heard some
commotion behind me and I saw my sister laying on one of the other
bridesmaid’s laps“I honestly thought, ‘What is she doing?’“I just thought she was being a drama queen to be honest. I thought it was a bit over the top.“Then it quickly became apparent that it was serious.“Mum was screaming, ‘Get a defibrillator’ and then my cousins came forward.” The pair – David, 28, and Peter Cooper, 27, – used a hotel defibrillator to restart Carly’s heart. She was rushed to hospital and put in an induced coma – where doctors discovered an electrical problem with her heart. Carly, of Bromley, London, has now been fitted with an internal
defibrillator, but doctors were unable to determine what caused the
cardiac arrest. She said: “It shows how having CPR training saved someone’s life.” Jodie, 28, said: “It’s only because our cousins knew CPR and there was a defibrillator that she’s here.” Jodie cancelled the £70,000 wedding and rushed to the hospital to be at her sister’s bedside. She added: “We haven’t set another date, but I’m hoping early next year. I want to do it before the wedding season starts.” The family is now raising cash for defibrillators in schools. Fewer
than one in 10 people survive a cardiac arrest outside of hospital. British Heart Foundation’s Simon Gillespie said: “When someone collapses suddenly with cardiac arrest every second counts. CPR can help double chances of survival.”
Olu’s father, Dapo Abiodun. in a tribute to the late Disc jockey
,revealed that if the deceased had gone back to school, he would not
have passed away.
Dapo Abiodun revealed this when he delivered his own tribute at the deceased’s candle light service.
“We were very
close. I remember I would report Olu to my mother and she would say a
tree doesn’t fall from a tree. I saw him for the last time last week
Sunday when we had lunch; Olu was always wanting to please me.
supposed to go back to Coventry last week for his postgraduate school
but he begged me to allow him to stay for just one...
Controversial Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo reported that Davido has allegedly been arrested in connection with the death of Tagbo, his friend who died mysteriously last week.
Kemi who seems close to families of the deceased and has been dishing out exclusive updates on her social media page, wrote;
“My TV producer source at Channels news tells me all three OBOHKN associates are the wider subject of the investigation.
This is a developing story. I have to find out the arrest
location and verify this is not a “come in for questioning” detention as
he has done that and a form was given to him which witnesses told me he
TOOK HOME. Something that should...
Laura Ikeji took to her instagram page to share the pictures and wrote;
Thank you for choosing me ROK. I will never disappoint u. U ‘re my greatest achievement.
I refused to do a pregnancy shoot cos I wanted to hold u in my arms
first, I wanted to look into ur eyes and say hey I’m someone’s mummy.
Haaaaaaaaaa and here we re today. Dancing with u is the best thing
Kissing him is a hobby. Those cheeks OMG. Oh he’s my son!. How amazing. Thanks Bekee for choosing me too. Life has been amazing...