A garda who helped save a man's life while he was running the Dublin Marathon has visited him in hospital.
Giancarlo Isacchi was taking part in the 26-mile race on Sunday when he collapsed from a suspected heart attack
Garda Niamh Connaughton was nearby and performed CPR before he was taken to hospital.
A picture on twitter shows Niamh at Giancarlo's bedside - with the caption that he is doing well.
Garda Niamh Connaughton and Giancarlo Isacchi, who Niamh assisted during his marathon run on Sunday the 27th October 2019, when Giancarlo needed urgent medical assistance and our CPR hero Niamh was on hand to assist.
Giancarlo Isacchi is now doing well in hospital. pic.twitter.com/SSAU846UwS
— Garda Info (@gardainfo) October 29, 2019