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Sarah Lacina, a police investigator with the Cedar Rapids Police Department, is headed home with $1 million after coming out on top of “Survivor: Game Changers” during the show’s finale last week.
Lacina, 32, of Marion, vowed to play the 34th running of the popular CBS television show differently than her previous appearance on the program back in 2013, per the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
“You have to strike first in this game. I hope you can respect the game play,” Lacina told ousted players who cast the final votes in Fiji last summer.
She admitted that she had to play “like a criminal” and told the jury how she would change roles like she would for her job. She even said that she wanted to ask permission from her family and friends in order to play a game that differs from how they know her.
“It was an epic win,” said “Survivor” host Jeff Probst during the finale.
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