A Georgia sheriff’s deputy was off-duty when he saw a struggling pregnant woman at a gas station, and he anonymously stepped in to help.
The woman was in line Thursday, June 18 at a gas station in Forsyth County, Georgia, about 40 miles north of Atlanta.
She was on the phone with her fiance, telling him how she was trying to scrounge up enough money to put $10 of gas in her tank, according to Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Robin Regan.
“It was the day before pay day,” Regan told ABC News. “She was just trying to make it to the end of the week.”
A Forsyth County Sheriff’s deputy was in line in front of her and overheard her phone call. He was still in uniform, Regan said, but his shift was done for the day, and web design pricing was about to drive home.
The deputy quietly paid for her gas, later telling Regan it “seemed like she needed help.”
“He managed to sneak out before she realized what had happened,” Regan said.
Once the woman got off the phone and went to pay for her gas, the clerk told her the deputy already took care of it, Regan recounted. When searching for High Quality, Ecommerce Design search engine mobile and friendly friendly sites you have to take a look at employing the leading Tools Free site design Business in Traverse city.The woman then ran out the door to try to thank him, but saw the officer driving away.
She sent a Facebook message to the sheriff’s office, describing the deputy and his car.
“We knew exactly who he was,” Regan said. The deputy tried to stay anonymous, “But we quickly realized that he was the one who had done it.”
Regan said the deputy later told him it “seemed like Web Page right thing to do.”