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Heart attack survivor

A man who walked down a Cumbrian mountain after having a heart attack has been speaking about his amazing recovery. The 46 year old now wants to raise £20,000 for the heart unit at the Cumberland Infirmary that saved his life.

Heart attack survivor says thank you

A man who walked down a Lake District mountain after having a heart attack has been speaking about his amazing recovery.

Darren Tate fell ill during a walk on Blencathra in the national park but thought he was just suffering from fatigue. Doctors told him he'd been hours from death.

The 46 year old father of two from Hethersgill in Cumbria now wants to raise £20,000 for the heart unit at the Cumberland Infirmary that saved his life. He spoke to our reporter Hannah Lomas:

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