The NYPD delivered the tourist with a heart attack to the hospital by helicopter

The NYPD delivered the tourist with a heart attack to the hospital by helicopter

Sunday, October 22, the crew of the helicopter NYPD rescued a traveler who could die of a heart attack near the Park Bear Mountain State Park.

A tourist was at the peak of Antonis nous (Anthony’s Nose), which is located along the river Hudson in Northern Westchester County. Police Lieutenant Westchester Scott Sullivan reported that about 13:30 the man felt chest pain and fatigue.

According to Sullivan, the tourist could not go down the steep trail, so rescuers had to put him on a stretcher and to shift down. Then the man moved to the bear mountain bridge, where he was airlifted by helicopter to the hospital of Walhalla.

About saved man knows just what he is 59 years old. The NYPD did not name. Information on the status of the tourist is not yet available, but according to preliminary data, his life already threatens nothing.

DRAMATIC RESCUE: First responders rescue a hiker suffering a heart attack on a steep trail on Anthony’s Nose. https://t.co/7QxXLLpscW pic.twitter.com/svfusWBmZv

— News12HV (@News12HV) October 23, 2017

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