Paul Miller Death – The family members of 48-year-old Paul Miller announced his death after he collapsed during Kokoda track campaign on Papua New Guinea track. He had heart attack on the second day and despite all efforts made to safe him including CPR attempt, it was verified that he had already passed away when he arrived at the hospital. Adelaide veterans Coffee Group together with his family members and friends mourn the death of Paul Miller.
Kokoda track campaign death
Following the man’s passing in Papua New Guinea, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has stated that it is offering consular support to his family. Australian 48-year-old Paul Miller died on Papua New Guinea track in the Kokoda tragedy. A Papua New Guinean man who was trekking the Kokoda Track when he collapsed and died. Uncertain circumstances surround the 48-year-old’s passing, but The West Australian reports that those around him attempted CPR when he fainted on the track.
On Sunday night, he was pronounced dead at the Pacific International Hospital in Port Moresby. According to a representative for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the family is receiving consular support. An violent combat between Japanese and Australian forces took place on the Kokoda Track in 1942.
As hundreds follow in the footsteps of Australian soldiers in the run-up to Anzac Day, April is one of the busiest months on the track. The course is normally finished in four to twelve days and spans 96 kilometers in the Owen Stanley Range. Australian Kokoda Tours, a travel agency, refers to it as the “ultimate challenge.” The Kokoda Track, where 400 Australian soldiers and their New Guinean porters repelled 25,000 Japanese marines during World War II, is located in the Owen Stanley Range.
Presently, it is a site of annual pilgrimage for 3000 Australian travelers. The 96km single-file course winds through tropical jungle on rugged mountain terrain, covering distances of 12 to 19 km every day. Condolences are been sent to the family members of 48-year-old Paul Miller who died after collapsing during Kokoda track campaign on Papua New Guinea track.
Paul Miller obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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