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Former F1 driver suffers cardiac arrest after choking on Christmas dinner

Former F1 driver suffers cardiac arrest after choking on Christmas dinner

Former F1 driver suffers cardiac arrest after choking on Christmas dinner

Former F1 driver Wilson Fittipaldi Jr suffered a cardiac arrest after choking on Christmas dinner in December 2023. The 80-year-old Brazilian man was resuscitated, after which he was sedated and intubated in the hospital. He was still in the hospital as of 5 January 2024 when his family was waiting hopefully for him to wake up. The fast action of the people who witnessed the incident was no doubt critical in bringing him this far.

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