A men’s college basketball game in Raleigh was delayed by a medical emergency on Saturday when a South Carolina State player’s heart stopped on the court. Redshirt senior guard Tyvoris Solomon was given CPR and left the court on a stretcher when he collapsed during a game against North Carolina State at PNC Arena.
Solomon collapsed on the sideline and the game was stopped while medical professionals attended to him. He reportedly was revived on the court after his heart had temporarily stopped.
Video shows EMTs performing CPR on a fallen basketball player during a game at North Carolina State University.
The South Carolina State player was stabilized when he was taken out of the arena, according to the NC State men’s basketball Twitter account.
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Video taken after the collapse shows worried fans and players huddling together while Solomon was worked on, then taken off the court on a stretcher.