Indore, Jan 24 (PTI) An on-duty deputy superintendent of police suffered a heart attack during the 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand in Indore on Tuesday evening, an official said.
DSP DS Chauhan was rushed to a hospital after his health deteriorated at the match venue Holkar Stadium in the city, said Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Prashant Choubey. He is out of danger, said the senior official.
Chauhan was part of the police team entrusted with maintaining law and order during the cricket match between Team India and the Kiwis, said the senior official.
Eyewitnesses said the DSP was unconscious when the police personnel first took him to an ambulance parked at the stadium but its driver could not be found. Chauhan was then taken to the hospital in a police vehicle.
Additional DCP Choubey said the police personnel at the stadium first performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on Chauhan.
Choubey said action will be taken against the ambulance driver for negligence. PTI HWP ADU NR NR NR