The club have released a statement regarding the treatment received by a supporter at London Road on Wednesday evening.
Peterborough United Football Club have spoken with the family of the supporter who received treatment towards the end of the fixture with Swindon Town on Wednesday evening at London Road.
The gentleman has responded to treatment and has been able to talk with his family at the hospital. Everyone at the football club would like to wish him a speedy recovery and would like to take this opportunity to thank the supporters for their understanding during the difficult period.
Peterborough United Football Club would also like to praise the stewards and the paramedics who were on the scene very quickly to help save the man’s life and also give credit to the supporter who provided treatment at the scene.
Chief Executive Bob Symns said: ‘First and foremost, everyone here at the club are pleased to hear that the gentleman is responding well to treatment and is able to communicate with his family. It was obviously a very traumatic experience for everyone present at the stadium.
‘The response from the paramedics and the stewards was magnificent and gave every assistance possible to the gentleman concerned. We would also like to thank the players, match officials, supporters and everyone at Swindon Town Football for their understanding and support,’ Symns said.
If you wish to read the statement from the Ambulance Service, you can here