THIS cop understands. Got out of his cruiser in a blinding rainstorm to push a guy in a powered wheelchair that had broken and could no longer move. Class act there. One might say beyond the call, except it isn't, really, just unusual.
As opposed to the County Sheriff who drove past my parents Saturday while they were broken down on the side of the road with hazard lights on and the hood up and failed to stop to see if they needed help. It could be that he had somewhere to go, but he wasn't driving fast nor were his lights on. And he didn't apparently report it either, because there were there for more than 40 minutes until I arrived to help and no one else showed either. That was, sadly, not a surprise.