99-year-old war veteran Tom Moore passed 100 laps in his garden as a flash mob for raising funds British doctors, fighting the coronavirus. On 16 April, reports the BBC.
Moore is walking with a special Walker. For his 100th birthday, he decided every day to go 10 laps (25 meters) in my garden. According to the man, so he wanted to thank the doctors who helped him with the treatment of cancer and hip fracture.
Homestretch Moore overcame live BBC. At this time, want to send him donations. The veteran initially wanted to raise £1 million (33.9 thousand UAH), however, by the end of the flash mob turned out that the money he sent more than 650 thousand people, and the total sum amounted to about £13 million (441 million UAH).
He’s done it! #CaptainTomMoore has completed his 100 laps before his 100th birthday, live on #BBCBreakfast!
He’s raised over £12 million for the #NHS
Well done @captaintommoore from everyone at the @BBC pic.twitter.com/rtil8gKKmJ
— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) April 16, 2020