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Cop Offers To Help Mom And Daughter After They Miss Train, But After A Long Drive—Mom Is Suspicious

Wendi told the Boston Globe, “He said, ‘Of course I’m taking you to Portland. Your daughter’s not going to sit in that cold train station being four days post-surgery.’” Wendi and Kori were overwhelmed by Captain Kelley McCormick’s generosity, but this was not the first time that McCormick had committed a selfless act.

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Captain McCormick had previously donated a kidney to his wife, so he knew how difficult the post-op period can be for someone who just had surgery. “They were just very tired, I could see it, and I just felt like they’re going to sit in North Station all night no matter what,” McCormick told Boston 25 News.

Captain Kelley McCormick simply believed that a member of the Boston Police Department should do everything they can to help someone in need. “If you just make a small difference, it must have had a great effect on them, which is great,” he told Boston 25 News, “Every officer wants to do that every day.”

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