Bills’ Damar Hamlin thanks doctors, fans and everyone else in first video since cardiac arrest

safety Damar Hamlin remains on the road to recovery after , but he’s already showing his gratitude for a world that rallied around him in the aftermath of a horrifying night.

In his first public address in the four weeks since his life-threatening collapse on “Monday Night Football,” Hamlin emotionally thanked every person who helped and supported him.

That group included the Bills training and medical staff, the doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Buffalo General Medical Center, his parents, his little brother, his family and friends, the Bills fanbase, the Bills organization, the city of Cincinnati, the , the NFL community, the children who sent him letters and gifts and all the donors to his GoFundMe.

The video, posted to the Bills’ social media, is nearly six minutes long.

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Hamlin’s GoFundMe, set up two years ago to support a toy drive at his mother’s daycare center, in the immediate aftermath of his collapse. The fundraiser, set up with an initial goal of $2,500, .

Toward the end of the video, Hamlin indicated he plans to use the money to help children all over the U.S.

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