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Chicago officers caught on video pulling man from icy waters of Lake Michigan

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

CHICAGO - A video released by the Chicago Police Department Sunday shows officers jumping into action to pull a man from the icy waters of Lake Michigan Saturday morning.
There are barriers warning people that the lakefront trails are closed because of the icy conditions, but they're not enough to keep people away from the lakefront - or out of the water.
Surveillance video captured the scene just before 7 a.m. Saturday, as the temperature was in the teens but the wind chill made it feel like five degrees. An unnamed 22-year-old can be seen walking on the lakefront trail downtown, falling...
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SEE IT: Man rescued from frigid Lake Michigan by Chicago SWAT officers

1 month ago   |   By NY Daily News

A Chicago man who fell into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan was rescued Saturday by authorities. The unidentified victim can be seen getting pulled out of the water by two SWAT officers from the Chicago Police Department in a shocking video released Sunday by cops. Upon being saved, the man...
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