Nurse to run NYC marathon for March of Dimes

A White Plains Hospital nurse is gearing up to run in the New York City Marathon this weekend for a good cause.

Raising money for the March of Dimes, Marc Viloria, 35, is one of the four people running to help save premature babies. The group has raised almost $13,000 so far.

Viloria has been a neonatal nurse at White Plains Hospital for three years. To train for the event, he has run 60 miles a week for the past four months.

The cause won't end after Sunday's marathon. Viloria says his team will continue to run for the March of Dimes in marathons around the country.

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