A man who was dead for 68 minutes after his heart stopped has been reunited with the Great Western Air Ambulance Crew who brought him back to life.
The medics used a defibrillator 12 times on Chris Hickey, who's from Cheltenham, in a bid to shock his heart into working.
He says he owes his life to the doctors, but also his wife who started CPR straightaway after he collapsed.
Chris and his wife Sue can now hear his story of survival from the other side.
From the Air Ambulance medics who arrived 40 minutes after he collapsed.
Chris spent two days in a induced coma before he started to come round himself. Despite being medically dead for 68 minutes, he has made a full recovery.
Better still for Chris, flying in a helicopter was on his bucket list. One to now cross off - even if he can't remember it.