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Heart scare collapse is blamed on phone masts

Sábado 13 de octubre de 2012 · 634 lecturas

Heart scare
collapse is
blamed on
phone masts
by Josh Pettitt
josh.pettitt archant.co.uk
A photographer has blamed her failing
health on the “forest of phone masts”
sprouting up in Hampstead - saying
another mast could force her to move
away for good.
Delilah Dyson Turnbull claims that
some electrical signals cause her to
collapse.
She is forced to avoid Hampstead
Police Station and certain shops in
the village due to the pain the signals
cause her.
And she was even rushed to the Royal
Free Hospital in fear that she was
having a heart attack.
Now, if a bid to install a telecoms
mast in Redington Gardens is approved
by Camden Council, Ms Dyson
Turnbull says she will consider
putting her home in Netherhall Gardens
up for sale.
The 62-year-old said: “The masts can
be diabolical on your immune system.
It makes you feel very, very old very,
very quickly. It’s like rheumatism.
“When I walk past certain masts,
they make me want to fall to the floor.
“It’s putting me in a position where
I stay in Hampstead and die or move
somewhere without so many masts.”
Electro hypersensitivity
Government commissioned reports
say there is no evidence of direct
harm or ill health from living close to
phone masts.
But Ms Dyson Turnbull claims to
suffer from electro hypersensitivity.
The condition, caused by electromagnetic
fields from mobile phones,
computers and phone masts, can lead
to a range of symptoms, from headaches
to heart palpitations.
It is not recognised as a medical diagnosis
in the UK - but is in Sweden.
Telecoms firm Everything Everywhere
plans to relocate an eight metre
mast from King’s College London’s
student halls in Kidderpore Avenue to
Redington Gardens.
Latest plan puts woman in fear of her life...

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