Two cops helped a runner finish the Chicago Marathon after he injured his hip.
The man was running in his 11th marathon when he injured his hip just two-miles from the finish line.
He sat on the ground and was met by a cop who helped him to a nearby aid tent, where he spent about 40-minutes receiving treatment.
The cop then asked the man if he wanted to finish the race and he said yes. Another cop came over. The two cops helped the man cross the finish line… it took them an hour to finish the last two miles of the marathon.
Hero Officers Siska and Martinez give an interview about how they helped an injured marathon runner finish, despite a serious hip injury pic.twitter.com/zPUXae8qDU— Chicago Police (@Chicago_Police) October 11, 2017