A Las Vegas woman is sharing a photo of a police officer--but for all the right reasons. On Wednesday, June 15, Dorothy Lopez Ortiz was driving to work with her "music blasting" as she commented on Facebook when she noticed a police car behind her with its lights on. As she pulled her car over, her heart sank.
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The officer got out of his car and walked up to her. Instead of giving her a ticket or even a warning, he told Ortiz that she had a flat tire. And then he offered to fix it! That's when Ortiz snapped this photo, now going viral.
"There really are good officers out there," Ortiz wrote in the caption. "I had a flat, didn't know about it. He pulled me over and tried to fix it." The officer remains nameless, but Ortiz thanked the whole Las Vegas police department.
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For more above-and-beyond deeds by first responders, click through the gallery of photos below.
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