Police officer survives Marathon heart attack
[Boston, MA]

April 19, 2001
(BOSTON) - A Boston police officer owes his life to four emergency medical technicians on duty for the Boston Marathon.

Officer Daniel Drew was assigned to police Monday’s race, the 26-mile classic held every year on the anniversary of the start of the American Revolution. He was sitting in a cruiser talking to his supervisor when he began having trouble breathing. Capt. Rona...

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