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Officers awarded for saving woman's life after seizure

9:30 PM, Jun. 25, 2013
Lt. Fred Goch, left, and Deputy David Drewek, hold their awards Tuesday at the Marathon County Sheriff Department in Wausau for saving a woman's life.
Lt. Fred Goch, left, and Deputy David Drewek, hold their awards Tuesday at the Marathon County Sheriff Department in Wausau for saving a woman's life.
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Two Marathon County deputies on Tuesday were recognized for saving the life of a woman in early June.

Lt. Fred Goch and Deputy David Drewek were presented the Life Saving Award at the Marathon County Courthouse.

It is the first lifesaving award the department has given since October when officers rescued a driver from a car in the Wisconsin River, said Marathon County Sheriff Scott Parks. ...

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