Participants run down Santa Clara Street during the 12th Annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot in downtown San Jose, Calif., on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016. (Josie Lepe/Bay Area News Group)

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SAN JOSE — The storm clouds parted for a brief window as nature gave the go-ahead for Mike Dosik to finally finish the Silicon Valley Turkey Trot, nearly seven weeks after all the other runners.
On Thanksgiving morning, with the finish line in sight, Dosik suffered a heart attack that medical professionals say he had a small chance of surviving. But that glimmer was enough, thanks to an impromptu team of police, nurses, and first-responders who revived him.
Last week, the 49-year-old San Jose resident returned to the exact spot on Santa Clara Street where he was stricken and walked the last half mile to the finish line. Alongside him was his wife and some of the people who had worked furiously to save his life: two nurses, a nursing student, two police officers, a search-and-rescuer, and a race official.
Dosik, a software engineer by trade, knows his way around statistics, particularly …