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Even with the knowledge that Barbados has a high level of risk factors for sudden deaths, that is the advice from family physician Dr Colin Alert in the wake of a recent spate of sudden deaths.

The most recent was that of 56-year-old Sylvester Trotman, who collapsed and died a few yards away from his Belle Gully, St Michael home on Thursday evening.

His was the second such death for this week. On Sunday 17-year-old Azariah Lewis collapsed on the job at the Esso service station in Black Rock, St Michael, and died shortly afterwards. (YB)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.

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