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Bills-Bengals game temporary suspended after Damar Hamlin was receiving CPR from the medical staff on the field

The Bills game has been suspended until further notice, after safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field after making a tackle during the first quarter.

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The Bills game has been suspended until further notice, after safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field after making a tackle during the first quarter.

Damar Hamlin has a pulse but is not breathing on his own according to a report. Needed AED and CPR on the field.

Damar Hamlin, a defensive back for the Buffalo Bills, went down with a major injury in the first quarter of the team’s matchup against the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football during Week 17 of the NFL season.

Following a collision with Bengals receiver Tee Higgins, Hamlin attempted to get up but ended up falling to the ground instead. Hamlin was the subject of medical attention for a good few minutes. ESPN stated that CPR was performed on the player.

Hamlin was taken away in an ambulance at that time. The match was put on hold for the time being.

Hamlin, who is 24 years old, is currently in his second season playing in the NFL with the Bills. He attended Pitt and participated in collegiate football there.

“How do you as a member of the Buffalo Bills or the Cincinnati Bengals continue on … to play this game?” ESPN play-by-play announcer Joe Buck said during the broadcast.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.


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