Pensioner who had heart attack had to be carried out of her bedroom window by a CRANE to keep her heart beating

Pensioner who had heart attack had to be carried out of her bedroom window by a CRANE to keep her heart beating Paramedics were called to Joan Smith, 78, who'd collapsed upstairs at home Each time paramedics tried to carry her downstairs, her heart stoppedRealised that in order to save Mrs Smith, she would need to be kept flat Being in an upright position can put strain on the heart Paramedics had to use an aerial ladder platform to get her to the ambulance By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 09:46 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 10:04 GMT, 17 April 2013 A woman who suffered a heart attack had to be carried out of her bedroom window using a crane.

Alex Reid: "Vivacious" schoolgirl, 16, died in her sleep just days before scoring ten As at GCSE

'Vivacious' schoolgirl, 16, died in her sleep just days before scoring ten As at GCSE Alex Reid died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition Popular schoolgirl was a keen skier, swimmer and netball player Parents found her unresponsive in bed and she could not be revivedThey later learned she had gained six A* and four A grades at GCSE By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:30 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:34 GMT, 9 February 2013 Active: Schoolgirl Alex Reid had been a keen skier, netballer and swimmer before she died of an undiagnosed heart condition A super-fit teenager died in her sleep from an undiagnosed heart condition just days before her parents learned she had gained six A* grades and four As in her GCSEs.

Cicely Bolden: Man stabs girlfriend to death for not telling him she had HIV before they had sex

Boyfriend stabs his lover to death after she didn”t tell him she had HIV before they had sex.. and leaves body for her two children to findHer children find body as they return home from schoolLarry Dunn was “upset” when his girlfriend told him about the disease

Property developer spends 11,000£ turning double-decker bus into his new home after being priced out of housing market

Property developer spends 11,000 turning double-decker bus into his new home after being priced out of housing marketDaniel Bond spent four grueling months turning the neglected vehicle into a two bedroom homeThe couple were unable to afford a deposit and found it almost impossible to get a mortgage because he is a self employed electricianIt is kitted out with a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, kitchen, TV lounge, bar, toilet and bathroomThe kitchen even has a hob, cooker, fridge and sink with running waterDaniel hopes to have his bus driver’s licence so that he and Stacey can take a trip to Cornwall where he grew up | UPDATED: 07:05 GMT, 29 June 2012 A cash strapped property hunter has turned his back on the housing market by making his family home out of a double-decker BUS.

Shenice Paris-Goff falls to her death from 17th floor during police raid at Woolwich tower block

Stunning teenager had been on the run for nine months when she plunged from 17th storey tower block to avoid arrest during raid