Pasco County deputy helps remove disabled car off the road

A Pasco County deputy jumped into help when he came across a disabled vehicle in the middle of the road.

Corporal Walker took the time to help the female driver off to the side of the road, after she ran out of gas. 
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office shared Walker’s body camera video, showing him asking the driver to put her car in neutral, so he can push it to the side. As he guided the car off to the side, Walker can be heard breathing harder, trying to catch his breath.

It was a success. Soon after, driver’s daughter arrived with a gas can.

At one point, Walker’s phone fell out of his pocket as he was pushing the car, shattering his phone screen. However, he said it was all worth it.
 

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