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Martin Ling interview: 'A pal stopped me leaping on the rail track as another stopped me jumping in the road...'

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Martin Ling knew over lunch. He knew, as he glared at a plate of untouched food, that it was coming back and that's when the fear started. 'What if it's like last time?' he thought.
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