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Paramedics fight to save man in Aldi car park Sheerness

By John Nurden

A man died after collapsing in a supermarket car park.

Emergency services were called to Aldi in Millennium Way, Sheerness, shortly before 10am yesterday (Thursday).

A crew from Kent Fire and Rescue was first on the scene and performed CPR. Two paramedic cars and an ambulance were also sent.

An ambulance at Aldi's car park

An ambulance at Aldi's car park

Police were also present.

A spokesman for South East Coast Ambulance Trust said: “We responded to a cardiac arrest in a car park at Millennium Way at 9.44am. Despite the best of efforts, the man sadly passed away.”

Next of kin were informed.

An eye-witness said crews spent up to 40 minutes trying to resuscitate the man.

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