Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles this doctor was driving home from her shift at a hospital in Duluth, Minnesota, She says she was preoccupied, worried that she may have been exposed to the Corona virus. Then Dr Saros, Jeonju, us all those dreaded flashing lights in her rear view mirror. She admits she was speeding, but the troopers reaction left her filled with emotion. He asked me what kind of work I did, and I told him I'm a cardiologists. He said he was gonna let me go with a warning. And then he reached into the vehicle. He was handing over some and 95 masks. He gave her five precious and 95 masks from his own supply for this officer toe handover masks that he could have used for himself. It was almost like an angel that arrived, Um, dancer. My concerns. The troopers name Brian Schwartz. We reached out to him, but he declined our requests for an interview. He's just quietly going out there every day, um, doing what he's supposed to do, and those were the people that are going to save America. I know. I'm sorry. I've been on the Virgin tears to hearing this story really left me touched. My husband is in law enforcement, so I know firsthand the sacrifices they make. This has been hard for everyone. It was going to get harder. Good luck to you today. Okay? Stay safe. All right?