“Officer Addington decided he would call and pay for an Uber for her and her son to get to her sister's house safely,” Duluth Police posted on its Facebook page. “Officer Addington had no hesitation on what course of action to take, his concern for the well-being of the mother and child were the only thing that he cared about at that moment.”
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The post has been shared nearly 3,000 times, and has more than 5,000 reactions.
Twitter also sang the officer’s praises.