A little bit of rain couldn't put a damper on a random act of kindness.
Charles Ziglar, of the Winston-Salem police department in North Carolina is finding high praise from the community after a photograph of him helping a mother and toddler in the rain has gone viral.
Knowing the two, Ziglar offered to give them a ride in his vehicle, even putting the baby carriage into his trunk to get them out of the nasty weather.
A Winston-Salem police officer stopped to help a woman and child in the pouring rain Tuesday, and his kind action was noticed on social media after a colleague took his photo. Read more: http://www.wxii12.com/news/local-news/piedmont/Officer-s-good-deed-captured-on-social-media/-/10703612/19102546/-/n64gvbz/-/index.html#ixzz2MWYCoS4p
The Facebook page for WXII 12 News in Winston-Salem was rocked by positive comments to Officer Ziglar's gesture
That's when someone took a photograph and posted it to the Facebook page for Winston-Salem, which elicited a number of 'likes' and positive comments.
After reporting the story, WXII 12 News received 400 likes and 123 shares on their own Facebook page.
Ziglar did not seem to think his action was so extraordinary.
'It's pretty simple. It's doing the right thing.'
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2287607/Police-officer-wins-hearts-photographed-stopping-mom-toddler-lift-pouring-rain.html#ixzz2MZnRWmhh
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