When a Florida woman’s car broke down, she found out that Tampa police officers are serious about the “protect and serve” mantra.
They took on the role of full service auto mechanics to get her back on the road.
Justine Bowen is seven months pregnant and stays busy shuttling between doctor appointments, her job, and university classes. She also drives her little sister to school and her mother to work.
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But her car wasn’t going anywhere when it blew a radiator hose at a convenience store parking lot. What’s worse, she had no money with her for a new part.
Fortunately for her, Tampa police officers Wendy Glaros and William Cain happened by and offered to help.
Glaros stayed with the young woman while her partner went to an auto parts store and bought a new hose with his own money. The officer even installed it when he returned.
“This man went above and beyond for me today out of the kindness of his heart and I truly couldn’t be more thankful,” Bowen posted to her Facebook page.
(Photo: Justine Bowen, Facebook)