More than £28,000 has been donated to charity in honour of a runner who died after collapsing at the finishing line of the London Marathon.
Robert Berry, 42, was running to raise money for the National Osteoporosis Society when he died.
By 8.30am this morning, over 2,000 donations on his JustGiving page had helped to raise over £28,582.
Mr Berry said on his donation page that he was supporting the charity in tribute to his "inspirational" mother who was diagnosed with a brittle bone condition at the age of 52.
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