Jacob Morris to run 211 kilometres in 30 days to raise mental health awareness
Less than two years ago, Jacob Morris startled from sleep from what felt like a heart attack. With his heartbeat racing, profuse sweating and shortness of breath, Jacob believed he was going to die.
“I unlocked my front door so if I died, the paramedics wouldn’t have to break it down when they came in,” Jacob, 26, recounted. “And I wrote down my bank passwords too, so my family could just clear it out without any issue.”