Epileptic British teacher dies in Cambodia after suffering a seizure while travelling through Asia

Lewis Davies, 26, suffered from epilepsy and had a fit in a hostel in Phnom Penh. Davies, who was teaching as he travelled, received more than 30 minutes of CPR.

A British teacher has died after suffering an epileptic seizure while staying in Cambodia on a working holiday.

Lewis Davies, 26, had a fit in Phnom Penh, the country’s capital, in the early hours of December 18 and died after his heart stopped, despite receiving more than 30 minutes of CPR.

Mr Davies, who was epileptic, was travelling through Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia on a working holiday with his partner. The couple were teaching English as they travelled.

In full: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7813147/Epileptic-British-teacher-dies-Cambodia-suffering-seizure-travelling-Asia.html

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