CHARLOTTE, NC (FOX 46 WJZY) - Two officers with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department went above and beyond Thursday morning for a driver who was stranded off of Harris Boulevard during busy rush hour traffic.
Eric Little said while he was on his way to school he witnessed two officers push a car off Harris Blvd. On his way home, about five minutes later, he said he saw the two officers buying gas in a makeshift container, inevitably to help the stranded driver in morning rush hour traffic.
"This is above and beyond," Little tweeted.
On way to school witnessed 2 @CMPD officers push a car off Harris Blvd. On way home 5 minutes later they are seen buying gas in a makeshift container inevitably to help the stranded motorist in rush hour. This is above and beyond. pic.twitter.com/IApXYCaDfu— Eric Little (@twiglittle3) November 8, 2018