Liverpool news Man, 26, dies after choking on piece of meat during pub lunch PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Martin was out for lunch earlier this year at the Mersey View public house

Liverpool news Man, 26, dies after choking on piece of meat during pub lunch PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Martin was out for lunch earlier this year at the Mersey View public house

Liverpool news Man, 26, dies after choking on piece of meat during pub lunch PremierLeague-News.Com
15 August 2022 - 19:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A "big friendly giant" who made everyone laugh died after going out for lunch earlier this year. Martin Peter Weir, 26, of Broom Way in Halewood, was out for food at the Mersey View public house in Halebank on April 10, 2022 when he began to choke on a piece of meat. He was rushed to Whiston Hospital, but despite best efforts he sadly died a short time later. An inquest was held into the death of the bricklayer on August 15 through Sefton Coroner's Court. The hearing heard how Mr Weir suffered with a condition which affected his ability to swallow. READ MORE: Shoppers 'forced to buy' fake Chanel and Hugo Boss perfume filled with urine But assistant coroner Johanna Thompson said in this instance, the choking episode was "not anticipated or intended" and was therefore likely "on the balance of probability, an accidental event." On April 10 this year, Mr Weir went out for food when he began choking on a piece of meat. North West Ambulance Service were called and found the 26-year-old in cardiac arrest and he was rushed to hospital. At Whiston's A&E department, treatment was carried out, including ventilation and adrenaline, but a short time later it was agreed to discontinue resuscitation efforts.

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. Writing on the funeral notices, Mr Weirs family paid a heart-breaking tribute to him earlier this year which read: "Our son, brother, grandson, nephew and friend, we will miss you always and forever. There will be a hole in our family without Marty, our big friendly giant who always made us laugh. "You will always be our big brother and I hope you continue to guide and protect us from wherever you are. Thank you for all the support we have received from the community, family and friends at this devastating time. We are eternally grateful. Gone but never forgotten. Rest peacefully Marty." READ NEXT: Cars miss mobility scooter by inches as video captures reckless rider Exclusive sought-after estate home to football legends and millionaires Faces of 23 criminals jailed in Merseyside this week Exact time Met Office says thunderstorms will hit Liverpool Arriva buses could return this week as crunch strike vote held

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