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BPS deputy makes special surprise delivery to child with broken bike

A deputy with Bainbridge Public Safety made a special surprise delivery Sunday afternoon to a...
A deputy with Bainbridge Public Safety made a special surprise delivery Sunday afternoon to a child who had a broken bike
Updated: Jun. 9, 2021 at 8:22 PM EDT
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BAINBRIDGE, Ga. (WCTV) - A deputy with Bainbridge Public Safety made a special surprise delivery Sunday afternoon to a child who had a broken bike, according to a Facebook post shared by BPS.

BPS was dispatched to a home on Lake Drive in reference to a child who got their finger stuck in a bike chain. Officer Aaron Austin arrived on scene to discover that he would have to cut the bike’s chain to help the child.

The bike belonged to the victim’s big brother. Officer Austin also noticed that both of the bike’s tires were flat and that it didn’t have any brakes, according to the post.

After helping the child, Officer Austin traveled to Walmart to purchase a new bike that would be suitable and safe for the kids. He then returned to the home with the new bike to make the special surprise delivery.

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