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Coronavirus: The story of Captain Tom's walk

BBC News Thursday, 16 April 2020
How the 99-year-old veteran has raised millions for the NHS and captured hearts around the world.
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News video: He's done it! Captain Tom, 99, finishes $15 million walk

He's done it! Captain Tom, 99, finishes $15 million walk 01:29

Tom Moore, a 99-year-old British war veteran, completed 100 laps of his garden on Thursday, raising more than $15 million for the UK health service. Edward Baran reports.

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