Nurse testifies in Woolmer death case

Updated: 22 October 2007 18:16 IST

The inquest into Bob Woolmer's death continued on Thursday with the testimony of the nurse who was attached to the Pakistan team.

New Delhi:

The inquest into Bob Woolmer's death continued on Thursday with the testimony of the nurse who was attached to the Pakistan team during their stay in Jamaica.

She also attended to the former coach when he was found in his room.

The nurse said she made several unsuccessful attempts to revive the 58 year old in the absence of a pulse.

Robinson told the jury that the ambulance reached the hotel only about an hour after Woolmer was discovered unconscious in his room.

Two of the hotel's managers also testified on Thursday saying they saw vomit and blood in the room.

Topics : Cricket Bob Woolmer
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