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Video: Moment British Heaviest Man Who Died In His Home Is Removed By A Crane

Video: Moment British Heaviest Man Who Died In His Home Is Removed By A Crane

Britain’s heaviest man, Jason Holton, estimated to weigh around 700 pounds (317kg or 50 stone) died in his house, and due to his weight, he could not be wheeled out normally from his home by paramedics and had to be removed by a crane. Six firefighters then accompanied his body which was transported to the hospital in a special ambulance.

Jason Holton died last Saturday and his cause of death was due to multiple organ failure and obesity.

Watch the video below:

He’s probably had about eight lives and I thought the doctors would be able to save him again”, Holton’s mom, Leisa said, “but sadly it wasn’t possible”.

“He was put on kidney dialysis and an IV drip but his kidneys weren’t working.

“The doctor told Jason he’d pass away within a week as his organs were failing.

There are conflicting reasons why and when Holtan, who died a week before his 34th birthday, first started overeating. Some reports say he started overeating as a way out of constant bullying at school, while another quarter said he started overeating as a teenager while grieving his dad’s death.

Jason Holton could not walk and was bedridden in his bungalow home in a Hants village.

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