A police officer comes to aid of stranded motorist
Driver of a disabled vehicle will get unexpected help.
A Florida sheriff’s office took a moment Thursday to praise one of their officers was caught on video, to help a stranded driver in the middle of the road.
Corporal Walker came to the aid of a woman whose car had run out of gas, which left her stuck in the middle lane in the vicinity of an intersection, the Pasco Sheriff’s Office said on social media.
Corporal Walker is to help the driver push her car out of the way after they ran out of gas. #TweetAlong pic.twitter.com/noB6aQJR6O
— Pasco Sheriff (@PascoSheriff) August 2, 2018
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With the woman still in the car, the corporal’s body camera captured him to get behind the vehicle and push. He can be heard in the video giving the woman directional cues, he continues to maneuver her car on the road, until it can be safely navigated to the side of the road near a car park.
“We also want to emphasize the care of our Corporal appeared when he came to this disabled vehicle in the middle lane approaching an intersection and the desire to make sure that all citizens are safe and secure by removing this vehicle from the roadway,” the agency said on Facebook.