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Patriots owner Robert Kraft helping to save Kevin Hart show-goer who collapsed during a set

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft helped save a man who had collapsed during the show of Kevin Hart in Atlantic City, New Jersey over the holiday weekend.

(Reuters)

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft helped save a man who collapsed Saturday night at a Kevin Hart performance at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ.

The Scores of the guards was scanning the crowd to make sure no one was with the inclusion of the comic’s stand-up act, but they did not see the man fall to the ground.

Kraft sat next to “Grey’s Anatomy” star Jesse Williams, radio personality Angie Martinez, Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin and Joey Morrissey, who is the opening of the HQ nightclub in Ocean Resort Casino in AC on June 28.

“The man seemed to have a seizure and was foaming at the mouth,” a source told me. “Kraft helped him up and called the security, who brought him on a stretcher.

When Kraft and the other celebs went backstage after the show, the man was in a dressing room, fully recovered, eating a chicken wing.

This story was previously published in the New York Post.

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