25-year-old cardiac arrest victim named

15:28 20 March 2012


Coroner's Court


A 25-YEAR-OLD woman who died following a cardiac arrest has been named.

An inquest into the death of Samantha Bradshaw, of House Lane in Arlesey, has been opened and adjourned today (Tuesday).

Paramedics, including the Bedfordshire Air Ambulance team, were alerted to her home address at 12.30pm on Sunday.

A spokesman for the air ambulance team said: “Vital early CPR was provided by the ambulance crew but, despite the best efforts of the team, Dr Fran Corcoran pronounced the patient dead at the scene.

“Our thoughts are with her family at this time.”

The coroner is awaiting toxicology reports before the cause of death is officially determined.

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