Bills Game suspended after Damar Hamlin got CPR on the pitch, won

The world of sport stopped for a Monday night football game when Buffalo Bills defensive back Damar Hamlin received a first-half CPR and Bills and Cincinnati Bengals players paused to take a moment to hope he was okay.

Buffalo Bills players gather and pray after teammate Damar Hamlin #3 collapsed on the field after making a tackle against the Cincinnati Bengals in the first quarter at Paycor Stadium January 2 in Cincinnati.
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Hamlin was treated for a life-threatening injury during Monday night’s game. He received CPR and administered oxygen in the field for almost 10 minutes. Members of the Bills and Bengaks team knelt before Hamlin was taken to an ambulance.

The coaches of both teams met in midfield after that and both teams left for their respective dressing rooms for an unscheduled amount of time until they were brought back.

The nature of the injury was unknown at the time.

This is a developing story and will be updated.


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