New York State Trooper Goes Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

September 2, 2020 5:14 pm
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A New York State Trooper who went above and beyond the callings of his duty to take care of a family in need. Trooper David Guggisberg from State Police in Farmingdale came across a driver whose car had broken down on the Southern State Parkway in Nassau County. The driver had a 2-year-old child with them and couldn’t afford to pay the $170 towing fee, Trooper Guggisberg stepped up and paid for the tow so the family could get home safe.

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