In case you haven't seen this: Chicago police released bodycam video of officers rescuing a man who had fallen into ice-cold Lake Michigan. They formed a human chain to get him out.
The guy had been walking his dog when it fell into the water . . . and then HE fell in when he rescued it. But then he couldn't pull himself out. According to a report, his body temperature got down to 93 degrees, which is close to hypothermia.
On Sunday January 27th, Chicago police officers from the 20th District helped a man to safety after he attempted to save his dog from a frozen Lake Michigan. Below is a letter from the man who wishes to remains anonymous: I first want to extend my gratitude the Chicago Police officers and first responders who came to my aid.