This image provided by the New York City Police Department shows officer Lukasz Kozicki, 32, who was struck three times Thursday Jan. 3, 2013; once in each of his upper thighs and once in the groin when he and officer Michael Levay confronted a man on a Manhattan-bound N train. Officer Michael Levay was shot in the lower back, but his vest stopped the bullet. He returned fire, killing the suspect. (AP Photo/New York City Police Department)
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