Two California sheriffs deputies went far above the call of duty to help a stranger in need.
The deputies helped push a woman's motorized wheelchair down a road in Los Angeles County after the chair ran out of power, about a mile from her home.
The deputies offered her a ride, initially, but the wheelchair wouldn't fit in the cruiser.
So, instead of leaving it behind, one deputy pushed the chair, while the other followed in his patrol vehicle.
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California sheriffs deputies help woman stranded with broken wheelchair
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