Chicago cops save 2 from drowning
By Erica L. Green
The Chicago Sun-Times
CHICAGO — Normally, nights on patrol don't turn up much excitement for Evanston Police officer Matthew George. That changed Sunday night, when he heard a man's voice yelling, "We're going to die" as he stood on the shore of Lake Michigan.
In the minutes following, George and his fellow officers found themselves trying to save two people from drowning.
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