A 66-year-old man with a 20-pack year history of smoking was admitted with a two-hour history of central chest pain. He had never had this pain before. His 12-lead ECG showed ST depression of 2 mm in the anterior leads. He was not taking any medications and had not been to his GP for ten years. He was adopted when he was three years old.
Based on this information, what is his TIMI risk of death and further ischaemic events at 14 days?
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