SAN DIEGO —
For the first time in three years, the San Diego Police Department hosted an awards ceremony last month for officers who went beyond the call of duty.
During the event at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, a dozen officers received the prestigious lifesaving medal for making rescues, despite the danger they faced.
Officer Daniel Clark freed a man from a burning car in 2020. That same year, Officers William Krout and Paige Haar pulled 2-year-old twin girls to safety after their father drove a pickup off Sunset Cliffs into the ocean.
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