[Not radiation effect] 26 y.o male runner died of heart failure in marathon of Niigata prefecture

According to the secretariat of the marathon race in Niigata, a runner died at 250m before the goal on 6/9/2013.

The runner was a 26 years old man. After he fell down during the race, he was immediately hospitalized but died of heart failure at 12:30 PM.

The marathon race was held in Minamiuonuma city, where is known to be a major rice production area in Niigata prefecture.

The secretariat comments the supply of water and rescuing system were fully prepared.





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Français :

[Pas la radioactivité ?] Un coureur de 26 ans est mort d’arrêt cardiaque pendant un marathon de la préfecture de Niigata


Selon le secrétariat du marathon de Niigata, le 9 juin 2013 un coureur est mort à 250 m de l’arrivée.

Il avait 26 ans. Il a immédiatement été hospitalisé après être tombé pendant la course mais il est mort à 12:30 d’arrêt cardiaque.
Le marathon se tenait dans la ville de Minamiuonuma, connue pour être une des principales régions de riziculture de la préfecture de Niigata.
Le secrétariat déclare que l’assistance en eau et l’organisation des secours étaient parfaitement préparées.


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June 2013