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World Sergeant runs 15K in SWAT gear, saves a life and gets engaged in 1 day

05:30  07 november  2019
05:30  07 november  2019 Source:   abcnews.go.com

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Sgt . Mike Nowacki was participating in the Allstate Hot Chocolate 15 K on Sunday in Chicago, where he'd planned to propose to girlfriend Erin Gubala Mike Nowacki proposes to his girlfriend, Officer Erin Gubala. While he was running in his full, 50-pound SWAT gear , Nowacki said during a recent news

A Chicago police sergeant had a day for the ages when he saved an unresponsive woman and then proposed to his girlfriend — all after competing According to WGN-TV, SWAT Sgt . Mike Nowacki of the Chicago Police Department was near the finish line of the Allstate Hot Chocolate Run 15 K /5K on

a person wearing a hat and smiling at the camera: In this photo posted to the Chicago Police Department's Facebook account, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki poses with Officer Erin Gubala. © Chicago Police Department/Facebook In this photo posted to the Chicago Police Department's Facebook account, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki poses with Officer Erin Gubala.

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A 19-year police veteran and SWAT member in Chicago, Illinois, had a rather eventful day recently, to say the least, as he ran in a 15K marathon.

Sgt. Mike Nowacki was participating in the Allstate Hot Chocolate 15K on Sunday in Chicago, where he'd planned to propose to girlfriend Erin Gubala at the finish line.

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Mike Nowacki got engaged Sunday after Nowacki ran the Hot Chocolate 15 k in full gear and reviving another runner . James Foster / For the Sun-Times. Not only did he run more than 9 miles in 50 pounds of SWAT team gear , but he also performed CPR to help save the life of a woman who had a

Sgt . Mike Nowacki wanted to pop the question Sunday to fellow officer Erin Gubala at the end of the Allstate Hot Chocolate 15 K race in Chicago. He ran in his full SWAT outfit, which weighs 50 pounds, and carried the engagement ring. But before Nowacki could finish the race and propose, a young

a person wearing a hat and smiling at the camera: In this photo posted to the Chicago Police Department's Facebook account, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki poses with Officer Erin Gubala. © Chicago Police Department/Facebook In this photo posted to the Chicago Police Department's Facebook account, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki poses with Officer Erin Gubala.

Gubala, also a Chicago police officer, was on duty at the event.

a group of people standing next to a fence: In a photo posted to the Facebook account of the Chicago Police Department, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki proposes to his girlfriend, Officer Erin Gubala. © Chicago Police Department/Facebook In a photo posted to the Facebook account of the Chicago Police Department, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki proposes to his girlfriend, Officer Erin Gubala.

While he was running in his full, 50-pound (23-kilograms) SWAT gear, Nowacki said during a recent news conference, he started hearing people yell "Medic! Medic!" about 150 yards (14 metres) south of the end of the race.

When he reached the group, he found a woman on the ground who was not breathing. Along with a firefighter, he helped administer CPR to the woman.

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SWAT Sgt . Mike Nowacki and his fiancé Ofc. Erin Gubala talked to the press today about Nowacki’s actions in saving the life of a woman who was in cardiac arrest at the @HotChocolate 15 k this After saving a life , he ran to Ofc. Gubala to propose to her! #CPDMediaCar pic.twitter.com/SpgJbd9aCz.

Police Sergeant Saves a Life and Gets Engaged After Competing in Race While Wearing SWAT Uniform. A Chicago police sergeant had a day for the ages when he saved an unresponsive woman and then proposed to his What a day for CPD LEO Sgt . Nowacki, IN SWAT Gear , his fiance Officer

"The female subject was transported to Northwestern Hospital where doctors stated Sgt. Nowacki's actions and the quick response by emergency medical services saved the female's life," the Chicago Police Department said in a Facebook post.

"It was definitely a serendipitous moment because if I had run a little bit slower or a little bit faster, I would have never encountered the young lady," Nowacki told ABC affiliate WLS-TV.

Afterward, he went to find Gubala.

"Mostly what I was trying to do as I finished the race was come up with something good to say and then I was totally thrown off by having to perform CPR," Nowacki said.

a man and a woman smiling for the camera: In this photo posted to the Chicago Police Department's Facebook account, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki poses with Officer Erin Gubala. © Chicago Police Department/Facebook In this photo posted to the Chicago Police Department's Facebook account, SWAT Sgt. Mike Nowacki poses with Officer Erin Gubala.

As Nowacki ran toward her, Gubala said that she thought he was going to tell her about the woman he'd saved. Then, Nowacki got down on one knee. She said that, at first, she thought he was hurt.

"I wanted to talk to him about what happened down the way, find out more information. ... Then he just said, 'Erin, I don't know what to say' and then I realised what was going on," Gubala said during the news conference, according to WLS-TV.

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