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online sight test reading glasses,koukou:318563069 2017 Titanium Alloy Quality Multifocal lenses Reading Glasses Men Fashion Half Rim Progressive Glasses , Man almost dies after swallowing entire fish in prank gone wrong | The Independent NewsPolitics Brexit latest UK US World People Science Media Obituaries Long Reads Slaves on our Streets InFact Politics VoicesGrace Dent Mary Dejevsky Robert Fisk John Rentoul Mark Steel Voices in Danger Giants Club Slaves on our Streets Indy/LifeTravel Fashion + beauty Food Recipes Money Health IndyBest Love + sex BusinessIndyVenture SportTransfer news Football Rugby union Cricket Tennis Golf Formula 1 US sport TechiPhone X iPhone 8 iOS 11 Tech news Tech culture Gaming CultureTV + radio Film Music Books Art Theatre + dance SubscribeOffers Sign in Read now UK Edition US Edition Sign in Register NewsUK US World Politics People Science Business Media Obituaries VoicesCharity Appeal Robert Fisk Mark Steel Grace Dent Janet Street-Porter Holly Baxter John Rentoul Campaigns Comment Editorials Letters Giants Club SportTransfer news Football Rugby union Cricket Tennis Motor racing US sports Rugby League CultureBooks Film TV Music Art Theatre + dance Comedy Tickets LifestyleTravel Motoring Food + drink Health + families Fashion + beauty Student Find Courses Love + sex Business directory Secret Escapes TechiPhone Tech news Tech culture Gaming VideoNews videos Explainer videos Sport videos People + culture videos IndyBestSports & Fitness Home & Garden Kids Books Travel & Outdoors Fashion & Beauty Food & Drink Tech MoneyMortgages Loans Savings Pensions Money transfers Health insurance Money Deals ExtrasCorrections indy100 Puzzles Crosswords Apps The Independent Books Jobs Dating Competitions & offers SubscribeSubscription offers Subscription sign in Read latest edition Follow us: NewsUKHome News Man almost dies after swallowing entire fish in prank gone wrong Dover sole wriggles聽free of 28-year-old's hands and jumps聽down聽throat Rod Minchin Thursday 12 October 2017 17:58 BST Click to followThe Independent Online A prank almost proved fatal when a 28-year-old man swallowed a dover sole he had just caught. The man had been joking around with the 14cm fish and put it over his mouth but it wiggled free and jumped down his throat - causing a complete blockage. Paramedics were called and when they arrived at Boscombe pier in Dorset on the night of 5 October聽they found the man, who has not been identified, had collapsed and stopped breathing. Read more Fish have 'complex personalities and some braver than others' UK's 10 best fish and chip shops revealed Houston man goes fishing in flooded home after Hurricane Harvey Friends were performing CPR, as directed by an emergency medical dispatcher on the line from the 999 control room. An initial assessment by paramedic Matt Harrison was that the patient was in a desperate situation, with a blocked airway and was now in cardiac arrest. He and colleague Martyn Box, an operations officer, worked on the man and got a pulse back. "The boys were giving really good CPR on our arrival as instructed by the control room staff," Mr Box said. Video released of Vladimir Putin's macho fishing holiday "Initially we didn't know the true extent of the situation or what the patient was choking on, but as we questioned them further we were told he had a whole fish stuck in his windpipe." Further assessment of his airway indicated that despite artificially ventilating him with a bag and mask, his chest remained silent, suggesting that there was total airway occlusion and despite best efforts he was not receiving any oxygen. Mr Harrison said that re-assessment of the patient inside the ambulance indicated further deterioration of his condition and a decline of cardiac output. "It was clear that we needed to get the fish out or this patient was not going to survive the short journey to Royal Bournemouth Hospital," he said. "I used a laryngoscope to fully extend the mouth and throat and saw what appeared like an altered colour of tissue in his throat. UK news in pictures 32 show all UK news in pictures 1/32 11 October 2017 Photographs of missing Syrians are displayed as people, including a group of Syrian women, stand atop a double-decker bus during a demonstration by 'Families for Freedom' in Parliament Square in London Getty 2/32 9 October 2017 Workmen erect scaffolding around the Elizabeth Tower, commonly known called Big Ben, during ongoing renovations to the Tower and the Houses of Parliament AFP/Getty 3/32 6 October 2017 An order of service is carried ahead of the funeral service for Coronation Street actress Liz Dawn, real name Sylvia Ann Ibbetson, outside Salford Cathedral. A former Woolworths shop girl from Leeds, who first set foot on Weatherfield's famous cobbles in 1974, Dawn, who had four children, died peacefully last week at home with her family around her. PA 4/32 5 October 2017 Melanie Kramers of Oxfam poses while wearing a mask of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, with assorted props used in political campaigns, in the store room at Oxfam's headquarters in London. The props have all been used in the charity's campaigns over the years to raise awareness of issues affecting people in poverty. Today marks 75 years since Oxfam's founding in the middle of the Second World War Getty 5/32 4 October 2017 A visitor poses in front of an art work by Czech Repblic artist Anna Hulacova entitled 'Ascension Mark I' during a photocall for the Frieze Art Fair in London AFP/Getty 6/32 2 October 2017 Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond arrives to speak at the Conservative Party's conference in Manchester Reuters/Hannah McKay 7/32 1 October 2017 Protesters holding flags and placards demonstrate along Oxford Street during the annual Ashura march in London. Thousands of protesters march through London today to mark Ashura and celebrate the defeat of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Ashura is a Muslim festival of remembrance that falls on the tenth day of Muharram in the Islamic calendar Jack Taylor/Getty 8/32 30 September 2017 Protesters hold up placards during the London March for Choice, calling for the legalising of abortion in Ireland after the referendum announcement, outside the Embassy of Ireland in central London Chris J Ratcliffe/AFP 9/32 29 September 2017 Former UKIP leader Paul Nuttall (C) speaks with delegates at the UKIP annual conference being held at the The Riviera International Centre in Torquay Matt Cardy/Getty 10/32 27 September 2017 England and West Indies fans enjoy themselves during the 4th Royal London One Day International between England and West Indies at The Kia Oval in London Mike Hewitt/Getty 11/32 26 September 2017 Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn takes photographs during Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Rebecca Long-Bailey's speech in the main hall, on day three of the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton Dan Kitwood/Getty Images 12/32 24 September 2017 Naked bathers enter the water as they take part in the North East Skinny Dip at Druridge bay in Druridge, England. The popular annual event takes place around the autumn equinox at Druridge Bay as the sun rises. Participant registration fees have been pledged to the mental health charity MIND. Getty 13/32 23 September 2017 Rollo Maughfling, Archdruid of Stonehenge and Britain (R) conducts a ceremony as druids, pagans and revellers gather in the centre at Stonehenge, hoping to see the sun rise, as they take part in a autumn equinox celebrations at the ancient neolithic monument of Stonehenge near Amesbury in Wiltshire, England. Several hundred people gathered at sunrise ar the famous historic stone circle, a UNESCO listed ancient monument, to celebrate the equinox which is a specific moment in time that occurs twice a year when the Earth tilts neither towards (summer) or away (winter) from the sun in either the northern or southern hemisphere. Although yesterday marked the actual meteorological calendar change from summer to autumn, for druids, the following dawn is when they celebrate 'the dawning of the new season' following the day of equal night, which it is named after. Getty 14/32 22 September 2017 Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May delivers her Brexit speech at the Complesso Santa Maria Novella in Florence, Italy. British Prime Minister Theresa May will seek to unlock Brexit talks on September 22, after Brussels demanded more clarity on the crunch issues of budget payments and EU citizens' rights AFP 15/32 21 September 2017 People protest against the actions of the Spanish government in front of the Spanish consulate in Edinburgh. Spanish police stormed ministries and buildings belonging to Catalonia's regional government yesterday, in an attempt to try and put a stop to the region's independence referendum Pep Masip/Alamy 16/32 20 September 2017 One of the final 55m turbine blades is manoeuvred into position. The last of 116 wind turbines have been installed at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm 13 kms off the Brighton Coast. It will provide enough electricity to supply the equivalent of half the homes in Sussex Mike Hewitt/Getty Images 17/32 16 September 2017 An armed police officer patrols in Horse Guards Parade in London. An 18-year-old man has been arrested in Dover in connection with yesterday's terror attack on Parsons Green station in which 30 people were injured. The UK terror threat level has been raised to 'critical' Jack Taylor/Getty Images 18/32 13 September 2017 Demonstrators hold banners during a protest to lobby MPs to guarantee the rights of EU citizens living in the UK, after Brexit, outside the Houses of Parliament Tolga Akmen/AFP 19/32 12 September 2017 Rupert van der Werff, Summer Place Auctions' Natural History specialist, moves a one-year-old baby mammoth skeleton at Summers Place Auctions on September 12, 2017 in Billingshurst. A family of four mammoths, found together during building works near the Siberian city of Tomsk in 2002, will be on sale on November 21, 2017, and are expected to sell in the region of 拢 250,000 - 400,000 Rob Stothard/Getty Images 20/32 11 September 2017 Members of the Royal Navy carry supplies on board the amphibious assault ship HMS Ocean at the Naval Base in Gibraltar before leaving to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma. Britain has pledged 拢32 million (35 million euros, million) in aid and sent hundreds of troops, supplies and rescue equipment on several flights to the British territories in the Caribbean since the disaster JORGE GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images 21/32 10 September 2017 His Holiness The Dalai Lama holds the hand of Richard Moore as he gives a public talk on the theme of 'Compassion in Action' to celebrate 20 years of the Children in Crossfire initiative in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The Dalai Lama is the patron of the Children in Crossfire charity which was founded by Richard Moore. Mr Moore was blinded by a plastic bullet fired by a British Soldier during the Troubles in Derry. Getty Images 22/32 9 September 2017 Participants in the annual Jane Austen Regency Costumed Parade dance on the lawn of the historic Georgian Royal Crescent before they walk through the city centre in Bath, England. This year, the annual event coincided with the 200th anniversary of 19th century author's death and saw hundreds of people parade through city centre streets dressed in regency costume. The event marks the start of a 10-day Jane Austen festival that celebrates the 19th century author who lived in the city from 1801 to 1806 and set two of her six published novels, 'Northanger Abbey' and 'Persuasion', in Bath. Getty 23/32 8 September 2017 Festival goers brave the wind and the rain at Bestival festival on the Lulworth Estate in Dorset Matt Cardy/Getty Images 24/32 7 September 2017 Conservators and museum staff pose as they inspect the Manchester suffragette banner hanging in the conservation department of Manchester People's History Museum. For nearly 50 years the banner lay undiscovered in a Leeds charity shop. It will go on public display next year to mark the centenary of women gaining the vote Christopher Furlong/Getty Images 25/32 6 September 2017 Protesters wave placards in Parliament Square during a protest against a Government pay cap in London. Thousands of protesters made up of nurses and supporters hold a demonstration in Westminster today calling on the Government to end the 1% cap on public sector pay Jack Taylor/Getty Images 26/32 5 September 2017 U Soe Win, the great-grandson of Burma's last King, visits Buckingham Palace John Phillips/Getty Images 27/32 4 September 2017 Protestors demonstrate in support of workers at British McDonalds restaurants striking over pay and other industrial relations issues, near the Houses of Parliament in London Reuters 28/32 3 September 2017 World War II veteran from the Auxiliary Territorial Service Betty Webb (R) joins other veterans who worked at Bletchley Park and its outstations for a group picture in front of Bletchley Park Mansion during an annual reunion in Milton Keynes, England. Bletchley Park was the Government Code and Cypher School's (GC&CS) main codebreaking centre during World War II and the site where codebreakers famously cracked the German's Enigma and Lorenz cyphers. Getty Images 29/32 2 September 2017 50,000 people making the foot crossing over new Queensferry road bridge EPA 30/32 1 September 2017 Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May, is greeted by Emperor Akihito of Japan during her visit to the Royal Palace in Tokyo, Japan. Mrs May is on the third and final day of her visit to Japan where she has discussed a number of issues including trade and security Carl Court/Getty Images 31/32 31 August 2017 Well-wishers and Royal 'enthusiasts' gather outside the gates of Kensington Palace where tributes continue to be left, on the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana Dan Kitwood/Getty Images 32/32 30 August 2017 Prime Minister Theresa May takes part in a tea ceremony in Kyoto, during her visit to Japan. PA "Using a McGills forceps I was able to eventually dislodge the tip of the tail and very carefully, so as not to break the tail off I tried to remove it - although the fish's barbs and gills were getting stuck on the way back up. "I was acutely aware that I only had one attempt at getting this right as if I lost grip or a piece broke off and it slid further out of sight then there was nothing more that we could have done to retrieve the obstruction." Eventually after six attempts the fish came out in one piece and to our amazement it was a whole dover sole, measuring approximately 14cm in length. Mr Harrison added: "I have never attended a more bizarre incident and don't think I ever will - but we're all so glad the patient has no lasting effects from his cardiac arrest, which could so easily have had such a tragic and devastating outcome." 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