California male dies competing in taco-eating contest
Dana Hutchings was allegedly given a Heimlich scheme and CPR by paramedics after collapsing during a competition. He was rushed to Fresno Regional Medical Center though never recovered.
A California male died after collapsing during a taco-eating competition hosted by a teenager joining ball group on Tuesday night.
Dana Hutchings, 41, was allegedly given a Heimlich scheme and CPR by paramedics during Chukchansi Park before he was rushed to Fresno Regional Medical Center, where he died on arrival, according to a Fresno Bee.
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A open information officer for a Fresno County Coroner’s Office reliable a man’s temperament and told Fox News that they have not ruled a means of genocide yet. The Fresno Grizzlies reportedly expelled a matter observant a group would not criticism serve “until some-more information becomes available.”
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The competition was reportedly partial of “Taco Tuesday” during a park, and took place during a third inning. Several cases of fatalities related to rival eating contests have been reported before, including a 20-year-old student who died during a pancake-eating event, and a former veteran fighter who choked to genocide in front of a throng during a croissant-eating contest.