Texas Cop Helps Woman With Car Trouble By Driving Her Daughter To School

A new viral video shows a Texas police officer stop to help a woman with a flat tire following a blowout, and he ended up giving her young daughter a ride to school. Shemecas Mabry explained that she was on her way to drop off her daughter at the Lake Air Montessori School in Waco, but she did not get very far before she heard her car making a strange noise.

Just 45 minutes before her daughter needed to be at school, Shemecas pulled into a gas station and discovered one of her tires had blown out. Things got even worse for her when she then could not start her car. Just when all hope seemed lost, she was spotted by Officer John Rozyskie, who was on patrol at the time and pulled over to help her.

“He stopped and asked if I needed any assistance pumping the air to my tire because where he was standing he couldn’t see what was going on with the tire,” Shemecas said. “When he got around he saw the tire was blown out. Then when we were getting ready to move the car in front of the pump we realized the battery wasn’t working either.”

Shemecas said the officer did not hesitate to offer to remove the car seat and give the girl and her mom a lift to school. That’s when she pulled out her phone and started recording.

“Don’t ever tell me what God can’t do,” she can be heard saying while shooting the video of her daughter getting into the police car. “This policeman seen me standing over here, my tire was flat and from getting to the house to the store it completely blew out. My baby got 30 minutes to get to school and this policeman saw me in Waco and stopped to help to take me, to take my baby to school.”

Check out the video for yourself below.


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