위스콘신 경찰이 의식을 잃은 여성을 강에서 구한 경찰을 칭찬하다

Officer Zac Becker was approached by a man shortly after midnight who said that his girlfriend was missing and was last seen walking near a bridge, 부서는 말했다.

Becker가 그 지역을 조사하면서, he heard splashing in the water and located the man’s girlfriend unconscious floating in the middle of the river, so he jumped in to save her.

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Eau Claire Police Department officer Zac Becker is being praised for jumping into a river in the early hours of Sunday morning and likely saving an unconscious woman from drowning.

Eau Claire Police Department officer Zac Becker is being praised for jumping into a river in the early hours of Sunday morning and likely saving an unconscious woman from drowning. (Eau Claire Police Department)

Becker held on to the woman and waited for other officers to arrive to help carry the woman up the river bank. EMS personnel eventually got to the scene and treated the woman, who was then semi-conscious.

We commend Officer Becker’s quick actions which likely saved her life,” the Eau Claire Police Department said in a social media post 월요일에.

As the summer months get into full swing, the water can be a dangerous place. Just days before Becker saved this woman in Wisconsin, a police officer in Massachusetts tragically drowned while trying to save a 14-year-old boy.

Worcester Police Department Officer Emmanuel Familia responded with other officers to a report of multiple teens struggling to stay afloat in a pond on Friday afternoon. Two of the teens were rescued, but Familia and the third boy never surfaced.

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