MN state trooper extends act of kindness

Updated: March 29, 2020 08:06 PM
Created: March 29, 2020 07:24 PM

(ABC 6 News) -- This is a heartwarming story about a Minnesota State Patrol trooper who extended an act of kindness to a driver he pulled over for speeding on the road.

The Minnesota State Patrol sharing on their Facebook page on Sunday about Trooper Brian J Schwartz deed. According to Sarosh Asharaf Janjua, she was pulled over in Minnesota by the state trooper. The trooper noticed she had a Massachusetts driver's license. When the trooper asked her why she was in the state, Janjua told Schwartz that she was a doctor and traveled to Minnesota for work every month. 


The trooper returned to his car and when he came back, he didn't hand Janjua a ticket or fine but instead five N95 masks from the supply the state had given him. 

Janjua said "she burst into tears." She said that her faith in humanity has been uplifted because of the trooper's kind act.

For the full story, click on this link:  Minnesota State Patrol

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