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Dana Hutchings was reported to be given the Heimlich maneuver and in cardiopulmonary RESUSCITATION by the paramedics, after collapsing during the race. He was rushed to Fresno Regional Medical Center, but has never been found.
A California man died after collapsing at a taco-eating contest, hosted by the minor league baseball team on Tuesday night.
Dana Hutchings, 41, was said to be given the Heimlich maneuver and in cardiopulmonary RESUSCITATION by the paramedics, at Chukchansi Park, before he was rushed to Fresno Regional Medical Center, where he died on the way, according to the Fresno Bee.
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A public information officer for the Fresno County Coroner’s Office confirmed the man’s identity, told Fox News that they have not ruled a cause of death has not yet. The Fresno Grizzlies are reportedly released a statement saying the team would not comment further until more information becomes available.”
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The game was believed to have been a part of “Taco Tuesday” at the park, and found a place in the third inning. In a number of cases of deaths linked to competitive eating contests, have already been reported, including a 20-year-old student has died at a pancake eating event, and is a former professional boxer who choked to death in front of a crowd at a big eating contest.