A man who died after completing the London Marathon yesterday was raising money for the National Osteoporosis Society, according to his JustGiving page.
Robert Berry said on his donation page that the charity had supported his mother, who was diagnosed with Osteoporosis at the age of 52.
The 42-year-old collapsed after the finish line and was given immediate medical attention, the organisers said.
So far, £2,152.65 has been raised for the charity.
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