Planking' challenge chief nurse thought heart attack was a pulled muscle

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A hospital matron was saved by her colleagues when she suffered a heart attack at work. Liz Hutchison was minutes from death due to a rare cardiac defect when cardiologist Dr Ahmed Elghamaz managed to restore the blood flow to her heart. A colleague had persuaded her to undergo an ECG (electrocardiogram) scan when she complained of chest pain, and this revealed there had been unusual changes to her heart.

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