WTHR | Jeremy Brilliant
INDIANAPOLIS - It started out as a normal day for Indiana State Police Trooper Aaron Gaul.
"It was one of those situations where I was just in the right place at the right time to be able to help," said Trooper Gaul.
But Tuesday was anything but normal for Scott Minton.
"It was a real important day. Something we don't want to be late. We even left the house early," said Minton, who lives in Cambridge City.
The last thing he was prepared for: being stranded on the interstate.
Fifteen miles outside of Indianapolis, Scott's truck broke down on the side of I-70. He was desperately trying to get his mother to Indiana University Hospital downtown where she was scheduled to get a kidney transplant - after waiting four and a half years.
That's where Trooper Gaul came in.
"That was a no brainer. Right place, right time and glad to be able to help," said Gaul. Continue reading13 WTHR Indianapolis