Cpl. B.M. Glover, helping a snapping turtle across a two lane road in the town
Police officers have to respond to a lot of calls, but how often is it that you see one escorting a reptile across the road?
The Durham Police Department in North Carolina posted a photo on Facebook and Twitter of one its finest, Cpl. B.M. Glover, helping a snapping turtle across a two lane road in the town. Traffic was stopped as Glover carried the turtle, very carefully, to the other side of the road.
The DPD is in the business of promoting safety. We just hope this little guy looks both ways before he crosses next time. pic.twitter.com/VwnLX8tnQ9
— DurhamPoliceNC (@DurhamPoliceNC) May 4, 2018
“The DPD is in the business of promoting safety,” the department tweeted. “We just hope this little guy looks both ways before he crosses next time.”
Followers of the department’s Twitter page responded in kind.
Durham’s bravest! Watch your fingers, officer!! 👮♀️ 🐢👏
— Michael Feiler (@michael_feiler) May 4, 2018
“We are glad DPD Cpl. B.M. Glover took a few minutes to help this turtle safely cross busy N.C. 54 between N.C. 751 and Interstate 40 yesterday afternoon,” the department wrote on its Facebook page.
You’re so lucky you still have all your fingers cool! Good job tho!
— ZeroShitz2give (@Kellzmalia) May 4, 2018
Thanks to Officer Glover, this turtle avoided what could have been a bad situation.