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Frinton-on-Sea: Man suffers suspected heart attack on angling vessel

PUBLISHED: 14:29 01 December 2012

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A MAN has been taken to hospital after suffering a suspected heart attack aboard an angling vessel near Frinton-on-Sea.

Thames Coastguard were contacted at 10am this morning following reports a man, who is thought to be in his late 60s, had fallen ill aboard the vessel.

A spokeswoman said they tasked the Frinton RNLI all weather lifeboat to attend the incident.

They met with the vessel and the man was then taken to hospital by land ambulance.

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