Firefighter Matt Olmstead, left, and Assistant Fire Chief Mike Gribbin carried women's winner Kim Grieshaber to the EMT area after she collapsed after crossing the finish. Grieshaber suffers from asthma and said, "I was wheezing a lot and just couldn't really catch my breath" after about 3 miles.
Firefighter Matt Olmstead, left, and Assistant Fire Chief Mike Gribbin carried women's winner Kim Grieshaber to the EMT area after she collapsed after crossing the finish. Grieshaber suffers from asthma and said, "I was wheezing a lot and just couldn't really catch my breath" after about 3 miles.
Firefighter Matt Olmstead, left, and Assistant Fire Chief Mike Gribbin carried women's winner Kim Grieshaber to the EMT area after she collapsed after crossing the finish. Grieshaber suffers from asthma and said, "I was wheezing a lot and just couldn't really catch my breath" after about 3 miles.

Bluegrass 10K women's winner 'died a little bit at the end'

July 05, 2011 12:00 AM