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Massachusetts State Trooper exemplifies “protect and to serve” motto with simple act of kindness


“On Saturday, a resident of Adams was driving through town when they captured this image of one of our members from SP Cheshire assisting an elderly gentleman cross a busy street.

The resident who shared the image on social media posted, “There was a line of traffic both ways and the elderly gentleman looked nervous to cross…”

She went on to say our Trooper noticed, “that it was taking him a long time just to move an inch or two”. Without hesitation, our member, “got out of his vehicle and stayed/walked with this man probably for a good 3 minutes while he crossed the street and kept reassuring him it was okay.”

Ending her post she said, “I think everybody was so touched by this moment that for once Nobody cared about being late or where they were headed. Thank you sir…for being so kind in a busy crazy world.”-State Police Association of Massachusetts.

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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