A Liverpool man who has set up a foundation to help save lives, says the UK is 20 years behind other countries in providing defibrillators at sports clubs.

Mark King, from Childwall tragically lost his son Oliver to Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS) after a swimming lesson March 2011.

It took the ambulance 20 minutes to arrive and without a defibrillator every minute that passed Oliver’s chances of survival dropped dramatically.

The tragedy, is the inspiration behind The Oliver King Foundation to honour his son’s legacy and to give other people the best chance of survival, through first aid teaching and providing sports clubs in the community with defibrillators.