Hero Cop Shot by ISIS-Inspired Gunman Proposes to Girlfriend at Phillies Game

A Philadelphia cop wounded by a shooter who claimed allegiance to ISIS proposed to his girlfriend at the Phillies' home opener.

Love was in the air at the Philadelphia Phillies home opener at Citizens Bank Park.

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Hero police officer Jesse Hartnett, who was shot and wounded in January during an ambush by a man who allegedly pledged allegiance to ISIS, threw out the first pitch during Monday afternoon's game.

Hartnett is still recovering and wore a sling. After the pitch, the crowd roared, but Hartnett had something else under up sleeve – an engagement ring.

He got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend, Lily.

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Hartnett told the CBS affiliate in Philadelphia, “The cheer that they gave me was wonderful and it was definitely welcomed.”

Lily, of course, said yes.

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