Ga. LEO finishes mowing lawn for man who suffered fall

While medics were evaluating the man, who was not injured, Cpl. Frankel decided to finish the job

By Suzie Ziegler 

OGLETHORPE COUNTY, Ga. — A George state trooper was recognized Tuesday for his community-first mentality after he stepped in to finish a citizen’s chores. 

According to Oglethorpe County EMS, Cpl. Frankel was driving by when he noticed an older man had slipped and fallen while cutting grass. As medics were evaluating the man, Frankel finished cutting the grass for him. 

“He didn’t even worry about getting his shiny shoes dirty!” EMS officials said. “This is what community is about.” 


Living and working in the same community makes a difference. We are all one team and it’s small things like this that...

Posted by Oglethorpe County EMS on Tuesday, May 18, 2021

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