Does anyone know how Jack died please?

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The Mercury Monday 2 April, 1973, page 9, under the heading of "BIRDER 'S FATAL ATTACK' - 'A MUTTON - BIRDER died of a heart attack on Slopen Island, off the north - west tip of Tasman Peninsula, on Saturday. He was Jack Lansdowne Woolley (56), of Corinth St, Howrah. Police said Mr Woolley had the attack about 11 am. Saturday was the opening of the Southern Tasmanian mutton- bird season.'
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Thank you so much for the answer and for being so quick. Really appreciate your help.
Do you happen to have the link to this story by any chance?

It's listed by Susan Woolley about 3/4 of the way down this page. https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/changelog/KWJK-MRV

His other daughter Caroline writes the same here https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/2596413?cid=mem_copy

Thanks again Tess - I saw both stories. Cannot thank you enough for your help and for being so quick again. Really appreciate it all :-)

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