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SUDDEN DEATH

An elderly man named George Edward Taylor, residing at Owaka, took a bad tarn on the Dunedin railway station this morning, and expired on his way to tho Hospital. Deceased had been suffering hem heart trouble. He has a son living here.

An inquest on the body was held at tho Morgue this afternoon by the district coroner (Mr C. C. Graham, S.M.). George Edward Taylor, son of deceased, said that of late his Tather had not been in a very good stale of health, having complained of pain in his chest and shortness of breath. He had also complained of pains in the region of his heart. About 18 months ago he ha'd consulted Dr Lindon, who told him he was suffering from heart disease. Dr Linden said deceased attended hk* in January of last year, and he found him to be suffering from serious heart trouble. At the time he did not make any note that ho anticipated an immediate death. Taking into consideration Hi© condition of deceased’s heart two years ago, and the changes that would take place in his heart since then, hs was of opinion that death would now be quite compatible with sudden heart failure. The cause of death was sudden heart failure, as the result of the disease of that organ

Evidence was also given by Constable Beer, who found deceased on the station in a- stale of collapse, and had him taken to the Hospital. The Coroner returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.

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SUDDEN DEATH, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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SUDDEN DEATH Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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