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The Star and Garter landlord Andy Martin died in hospital four days after being admitted

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Andy Martin, landlord of Mancunian institution The Star and Garter, died in hospital four days after being admitted following a suspected stroke.

The 52-year-old dad-of-two was suffering with an ear infection before his condition deteriorated. He went into hospital on Monday (March 25).

Andy later suffered a cardiac arrest. His heart stopped for four minutes, a JustGiving page set up to help his family with funeral costs says.

He developed sepsis, which led to encephalitis and meningitis. Andy suffered severe swelling on the brain and tragically died on Friday (March 29). READ MORE: Peter Hook pays touching tribute to The Star and Garter landlord Andy Martin He leaves behind wife Helen Kitchen and daughters Jasmine, five, and Georgina, three.

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