A passer by caught a police officer doing something out of the ordinaryâ€¦ and completely heartwarming. Richmond Police Officer Jordan Clark was found helping a man whose wheelchair battery died.
The temperature was bitterly cold and the office knew what he needed to do after seeing the struggling man.
â€œThese are the stories that should be on the evening news!â€ Eric Vincent Williams posted on Facebook.
This is what happened, according to the Richmond police:
Officer Clark responded and pushed the man for three blocks to 25th and Broad streets, where he had coordinated with GRTC to get the man picked up,â€ Richmond Police posted on Facebook. â€œHe then helped the man get on the bus and then followed the bus to the manâ€™s home near 21st and Q streets.
Officer Clarkâ€™s job did not end there, according to police. When the bus arrived at the manâ€™s home, police noted Officer Clark got out of his car and pushed the man another two blocks. When they arrived at the manâ€™s home, police said Officer Clark helped the man safely get inside.
We cannot believe the kindness that this officer showed a complete stranger. God bless him!