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Buffalo FaceTimes Damar Hamlin with Bills teammates


Damar Hamlin during the pre-match warm-up on Monday Night.

Damar Hamlin during the pre-match warm-up on Monday Night.
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After needing resuscitation on the field of Paycor Stadium on monday nightThe security of the bill can only recover Damar Hamlin described as miraculous four days removed. On Friday, Buffalo announced that the 24-year-old was speaking and had been extubated overnight. Hamlin can also communicate with teammates via FaceTime.

“He continues to make significant progress in his recovery,” the Bills said in a statement. “His neurological function is still intact and he has been able to talk to his family and care team.”

What did Hamlin say to his teammates? “Love you guys,” according to the Bills. The positive news about Hamlin’s health has come since Thursday morning, when it was reported that he was able to communicate in writing with medical staff in Cincinnati and hold hands with family members. Hamlin woke up from being intubated since collapsing on Monday night after looking like a routine treatment Bengals . Tee Higgins Wide Receiver.

In addition to being in the hospital, in a professional sporting event possibly the luckiest place for Hamlin to go into cardiac arrest, as Advanced Life Support was by his side within seconds. A member of Buffalo’s support team has been singled out for his quick response to Hamlin’s condition. The Bills’ assistant athletic coach, Denny Kellington, has been with the team since 2017 and was one of the first paramedics to approach Hamlin. Kellington almost immediately began performing CPR. Defibrillators and other first responders assisted in restoring Hamlin’s heart rhythm on the pitch.

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