Friends and colleagues of Captain David Seath, who died during yesterday's London Marathon, have said they will finish the race for him.
The 31-year-old collapsed three miles before the finish line.
Donations have poured in to his JustGiving page to support Help for Heroes, the charity he was running for.
ITV News’ Sejal Karia reports:
Defence Minister Philip Dunne has paid tribute to Captain David Seath following his death after collapsing during yesterday's London Marathon.
Dunne used his opening remarks to pay tribute to Captain David Seath, an Afghanistan veteran who died after collapsing while running the London Marathon, and said the thoughts are with his family and friends "at this difficult time."
He said: "'I'm sure... that the whole House would like to join me in offering our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Captain David Seath, who tragically died after collapsing during the London Marathon on Sunday."
"Of course this was not an operational casualty, but given the interest that many members of this House take in raising charitable funds through the marathon, as do many members of our armed forces, I thought it was appropriate to start my response in that way. Our thoughts are with his friends and family at this difficult time," he added.
Shadow defence secretary Emily Thornberry offered condolences to Captain Seath's family on behalf of the Labour Party.
More than £40,000 of donations have poured in to the JustGiving page of an Army captain who died after the London Marathon.
Donations for Afghanistan veteran David Seath came after the serving army officer collapsed just three miles from the finish, before later dying in hospital.
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A couple who got engaged on the finish line of the London marathon were caught on camera.
Blogger Ashley Fryer, who took the photos, put out an appeal on social media to track the couple down to give them the pictures of the proposal.
Adam Ruddick, from Whitton, can be seen bending down on one knee to propose to Rachel Newell on the finish line at 2.25pm.
She appears shocked but then grabs his face and kisses him as she accepts his proposal.
Within hours the groom-to-be spotted the post on social media and replied to Ashley.
@ashleyfryer Hi Ashley, wow can't believe this. Absolute perfect pictures of a perfect day! This is me and my fiancé!!
Rachel added: "This is me and my now fiancé! They're beautiful. So lucky you were there to capture the moment so perfectly. Thank you so much."
Prince Harry rushed to the aid of former Olympian Sylvia Disley when she tripped during a medal presentation for the London Marathon.
The 86-year-old who took home a bronze medal in the 1952 Olympics as part of the 4X100 relay team is also the widow of the event's co-founder John Disley, who died in February this year.
She attended the marathon to start the elite wheelchair and women's elite races.
The Prince, who is also patron of the London Marathon Charitable Trust, rushed to her aid after she took a tumble on the podiums and held her hand as she stepped off the platform.
Disley seemed cheerful and unscathed by the incident.
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