Kemoy Campbell: Jamaican taken to hospital after collapsing during 3,000m

Jamaican runner Kemoy Campbell has actually been taken to medical facility after collapsing throughout the men’s 3,000 m at the Millrose Games in New York.

Campbell, 28, was acting as a pace-setter when he collapsed and fell into the infield after the 2nd turn simply beyond the 1,000 m mark.

He was given clinical interest by the side of the track and afterwards performed of the stadium on a stretcher.

The athlete remains in a steady condition in health center.

Ray Flynn, the professional athlete’s representative and event organiser, informed BBC Sport that Campbell was being treated at New York Presbyterian Columbia Medical Center.

The Jamaica Gleaner, pricing quote Flynn, claimed the jogger needed to be revitalized by defibrillator before being taken to a critical care unit.

“We were all stunned to see what took place, but give thanks to God, he is doing better. He has his partner as well as his sibling close to him,” he informed the newspaper.

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