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Discussion: Maury Wilson
|Sept. 3, 2009|
Maury Wills collapsed on Tuesday AM after a double header at Delta Park. A few players, including Dr. Leon Speroff, fought valiantly to revive Maury, but his heart was not beating and he wasn't breathing. The Fire Department and EMT arrived about 15 minutes after Maury's collapse and revived him with a full-court press of activities, including using a defibrillator. Although still unconscious, Maury's heart was beating and he was breathing on his own.
As of today (Thursday PM), Maury is still hanging in there. His heart beat and blood pressure are steady and the doctors have taken him off sedatives. When he regains consciousness, the doctors will evaluate him for neurological damages.
Maury, who is truly one of the good guys of senior softball, lives in Vancouver, Washington and plays for the NW 80s.
Stay with us, Maury!
|Sept. 3, 2009|
|Wishing Maury a full recovery. Hang in there big guy. Our thoughts and prayers each day are for you and your wife Linda. |
Your daughter-in-law Ashleighs family in Palm Springs.
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