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Man's death prompts care review

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An ambulance trust has reviewed its procedures after an obese man died when his stretcher tipped over, the BBC has learned.

Thirty-stone Kenny Williams was being taken to hospital when the accident happened in the street outside his home in Newmarket.

The East of England Ambulance Service has described the issue of overweight patients as a "growing problem".

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