Blake Shelton Rescues a Man Stranded on Flooded Road in Oklahoma: 'He's a Good Fella'
http://player.ooyala.com/iframe.js#ec=Nqa21xdTou4jYrcc7onW4lNWpOXEY5Hv&pbid=df513009265e4427aaf5f0342a75c90eRoho Hartman was knee-deep in water, pushing his stalled truck up a flooded road near Ardmore, Oklahoma, on Wednesday when a guy pulled up to help him.
His eyes weren’t deceiving him. It was the country superstar and Voice coach (and fellow Oklahoman).
With the help of a tow rope, Shelton and his trusty Dodge pulled Hartman’s truck up the hill, but his good work wasn’t done.
Hartman asked Shelton if he could give him a ride home, and the singer obliged. They were en route when Hartman’s wife called.
He told her that Shelton had come to his rescue and they were on their way home. “I said, ‘You better slick up. We’ll be there in just a minute.’ ”
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The pair chatted on the way to Hartman’s home. “We hit it off real good,” he said. “He looked like a normal person but tall.”
After posing for a few photos, Shelton went on his way.
Hartman would like to thank Shelton – who he called “a good fella” – but doesn’t know how to reach him. “Get him on that Facebook deal, however that is, I don’t know nothing about it,” he said. “I give him one of my cards though.”
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