The boy had missed the school bus and was crying because he would be unable to attend the school trip. However, a police team arrives on the scene and makes a move that leaves the entire world dumbfounded.
In an ideal world, no child should be late for school, no small student should miss the school bus and miss the first lesson; in an ideal world, if the little one misses the bus he takes to school every morning, parents should instantly get him in the car and drop him off at the school gate.
However, in practice, mothers and fathers frequently have to leave early for work and are unable to accompany their children to school…
As a result, a story that occurred in Fountain, California, and quickly spread across the Internet warmed everyone’s hearts: a mother named Christina posted on Facebook a photo she took of her personal car – a special moment and a very kind gesture of a local police officer towards a child who was about to miss the school trip.
That morning, the small boy had to get in front of the school in time to join his class and go on a day trip; unfortunately, the child had missed the school bus, which transports him to the front gate every day, by only a few minutes. All he had to do was walk alone to school and not miss the journey…
Fortunately, Police Officer Klinge observed the small kid strolling alone on the street at that time of morning and decided to offer him a ride to school, hoping to arrive in time to avoid missing the bus. When they arrived at their destination, Klinge saw something was wrong: one of the child’s laces was loosened, so he got out of the car, bent down, and tied his shoe, wishing him a great trip with his buddies.
“This morning, I was waiting in the parking lot to follow the school bus in which my children were leaving on a trip,” Christina, one of the mothers who witnessed that beautiful incident, posted on Facebook. “While I was parked, this cop pulled over and stepped out of his cruiser to assist this young boy. Personally, I believe kid missed the bus and that this police officer recognized him and drove him to school.”
“He assisted him in getting out of the car, knelt to tie his shoelaces, and then walked away. Isn’t that incredible? I don’t know the officer’s name, but I felt compelled to share this with you so that the rest of the world may realize that not all police officers are nasty.”
Agent Klinge, my heartfelt congrats!