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Hello, my name is DrRobert. Thank you for your question. I have 35 years of experience and am reviewing your question.I will reply back momentarily.
In 35 years of practice, I've never heard of someone having hallucinations at the time of a heart attack, Can you explain why you have this concern?
Oh, yeah, I've heard of that, I don't think anyone ever really figured out what happened with that. The one potential witness did have a heart attack while pushing his car out of the snow and did change his story later. That doesn't mean he was "hallucinating". He may have suffered from some hypoxia (low oxygen in the blood) and that could cause a brief time of lack of blood to the brain and thus confusion. That would be possible.
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Crazy! You may be right. I certainly can't put it together, thanks for the interesting query.