An Army captain who collapsed though running the London Marathon has died.
Afghanistan veteran David Seath, 31, had a cardiac arrest three miles rapid of the finish, unventilated the 23-mile mark, near to Southwark Bridge.
He customary rapid medical attention and was taken to St Thomas’ Hospital but died well along.
Capt Seath’s cronies are planning to firm the marathon in his honour, starting at the place where he collapsed.
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“We will mosey as one, the reach three miles of the marathon, starting where he fell,” wrote Capt James Walker-McClimens upon a fundraising page set happening plus his death.
The page has for that excuse far afield afield raised on peak of 64,000 for Help for Heroes. Capt Seath’s own page has raised around 40,000.