Indiana State Trooper Helps Stranded Ladies Make Lunch Date

Indiana State Police Jasper Post

An Indiana State Trooper is being recognized after stopping to help some stranded ladies.

Posted: Jun 26, 2021 6:57 PM
Updated: Jun 28, 2021 8:31 AM

An Indiana State Police Trooper is being recognized after stopping to help some stranded ladies.

According to ISP, 89-year-old Donna and 91-year-old Helen broke down en route when meeting their 93-year-old sister in Bloomington.

That's when ISP Trooper Ross Johnson of the ISP Jasper Post arrived and gave them a ride so they wouldn't miss their lunch date. 

The ladies were also given permission to play with the siren.

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