Mother-of-two Janet Corstorphin yesterday told how she regained consciousness after collapsing during a Sunday stroll on Bowen Road - to find the anxious face of Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa peering down at her. 'I looked up and thought: 'Tung Chee-hwa, what are you doing here?'' said the 40-year-old Australian lawyer, resting at her Happy Valley home after her case of suspected heat stroke. 'Mr Tung was very caring and he kept saying I would be alright. He was very concerned for my condition.' Mr Tung and his bodyguard, a police inspector, came to the aid of Mrs Corstorphin after she collapsed during an evening walk. Mr Tung, who was also out for a stroll, had sought shelter from a sudden downpour in a pavilion when a man came up to them and said a woman had passed out about 100 metres away, his office spokeswoman Chiu Tsui-hung said. Mr Tung and his bodyguard rushed to the woman and found her pale and with breathing problems. The bodyguard performed first-aid, including mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, before helping Mrs Corstorphin into a reclining position that helped her breathing. 'Mr Tung called my husband to tell him I had collapsed on the street,' Mrs Corstorphin said. She said she did not know which gave her husband a bigger shock: her collapse or having the chief executive on the phone. Mr Tung called for his personal limousine and a police escort before accompanying her to the private Adventist Hospital. She was later given the all-clear and discharged. Mrs Corstorphin said she wanted to send her heartfelt thanks to everyone who came to her aid. 'I am a bit embarrassed by all the attention. I did not think me fainting was such a big deal but so many people rushed to help and were very concerned for my health,' she said. 'I really want to send my heartfelt thanks and convey how overwhelmed I am by all the assistance everyone gave me.' Mrs Corstorphin said she believed she had suffered mild heat stroke, causing her to blackout.