Noel Zuniga, 44, runs on a treadmill at the UHealth Cardiovascular Recovery Program at the University of Miami Hospital in Miami on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. Earlier, Zuniga and his wife Diana were at a press conference with the team members who gave Zuniga a second chance at life after his major heart attack in 2013 while serving as an NCIS Agent in charge of the U.S. Embassy in Panama.
Noel Zuniga, 44, runs on a treadmill at the UHealth Cardiovascular Recovery Program at the University of Miami Hospital in Miami on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. Earlier, Zuniga and his wife Diana were at a press conference with the team members who gave Zuniga a second chance at life after his major heart attack in 2013 while serving as an NCIS Agent in charge of the U.S. Embassy in Panama. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Noel Zuniga, 44, runs on a treadmill at the UHealth Cardiovascular Recovery Program at the University of Miami Hospital in Miami on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. Earlier, Zuniga and his wife Diana were at a press conference with the team members who gave Zuniga a second chance at life after his major heart attack in 2013 while serving as an NCIS Agent in charge of the U.S. Embassy in Panama. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

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