Knoxville, Tennessee resident Travis Van Norstran was at a Pilot gas station when he saw a touching act of kindness: A police officer paying for an unidentified man’s fuel.
Van Norstran says the man got out of the police cruiser holding a gas can and that the officer walked to the pump and swiped his card to fill the guy’s gas can. Knoxville police say the officer was Zack Herman, who stopped to help the man after he ran out of gas nearby and didn’t have the money to fill his tank.
“It's small things such as this that make our police officers not only human, but it also shows how caring and compassionate they are for the people they serve,” the police department writes on Facebook. “Great job Officer Herman.”
Source: Inside Edition