A Templenoe man, who suffered a heart attack at last weekend’s National League game in Tralee, is praising gardaí and emergency services for their help.
Shortly after Geoff Mahony arrived to the Kerry/Galway match with his son, nephew and their friend; he began to feel unwell and was quickly diagnosed by the medical team on site that he was having a heart attack.
He was brought by ambulance to University Hospital Limerick and underwent surgery, he is now recovering and is doing well.
The boys were taken care of by gardaí when Mr Mahony was taken ill and were later brought by Kerry manager Peter Keane to meet the team.
Geoff Mahony says they were shown incredible good will by everyone:
Huge shout out to these guys and @Kerry_Official @LeonaTwiss @KSpillane96 @tadhgmorley @GardaTraffic Dr Rice P. Keane stewards and medical staff in ASP for looking after these 3 young templenoe and kerry supporters when their dad took ill @kervgal Saturday evening @Slyone1069 pic.twitter.com/PBfwenZvZ9
— Eddie o Sullivan (@eddieabu) February 3, 2020