A shopper whose life was saved by two sales assistants has returned to the supermarket where they work to say thanks.
Tom Tweddle, 65, collapsed in the Bolden branch of Asda because of a benign brain tumour.
Helen Richardson and Linda Herd saved his life by giving him CPR for 45 minutes after he'd stopped breathing.
Tom has since made a good recovery and thanked them as soon as he was well enough.
Tom was in the store's car park when he suddenly went numb on one side of his body.
Knowing something was wrong he asked a fellow shopper to call 999 and run into the store – where his wife Sue, who's a nurse, was shopping – to get help.
Security section leader Helen, who has 30 years' experience as a first aider, ran outside and, with the help of front-end worker Linda, took Tom to the first aid room, where his condition began to get worse.
Helen praised Linda for staying calm and keeping in contact with the ambulance service while relaying information to Tom's family.
Tom, has had surgery on the tumour, and remembers nothing of the ordeal.
Kim Davison, the store's deputy manager, added: