Damar Hamlin goes into cardiac arrest, they perform CPR on the field. It’s not clear exactly what happened, but a correspondent for ESPN broadcasting the game said.
Higgins rammed into Hamlin at full speed, appearing to hit him in the head and chest area.
NFL’s Damar Hamlin collapses on the field Bills-Bengals MNF game suspended:
Monday night’s Bills–Bengals game abruptly stopped when Buffalo’s Damar Hamlin collapsed in the first quarter after making a tackle on Cincinnati’s Tee Higgins. Hamlin was taken away in an ambulance and the game was eventually postponed.
What to know about Bills safety Damar Hamlin:
Who is Damar Hamlin of the Bills:
Damar Romeyelle Hamlin (born March 24, 1998) is an American football safety for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Pittsburgh.
Was Damar Hamlin Hit:
Buffalo Bills star Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field Monday night after making a tackle during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was taken off the field Monday night with an apparent serious injury after making a tackle on Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins. Higgins led with his right shoulder, which hit Hamlin in the chest.
Damar Hamlin CPR Video:
How Did Damar Collapse?
About nine minutes into the game on Monday night, Hamlin tackled Bengals receiver Tee Higgins after a 13-yard catch.
Higgins rammed into Hamlin at full speed, appearing to hit him in the head and chest area. Hamlin quickly stood up, took two steps, and collapsed backwards and his body went limp.
How long did they do CPR on Damar Hamlin?
American football star Damar Hamlin has been taken to hospital after dramatically collapsing on the pitch during an NFL game.
Medical staff rushed onto the field in Cincinnati on Monday and gave the Buffalo Bills player CPR for about 10 minutes after he suddenly fell to the floor when a tackle impacted his chest.
What is the longest recorded CPR?
An Italian mountaineer survived what is believed to be the most prolonged CPR attempt without extra life support when a team worked on the man for almost six hours.