Woman in crash repays trooper's kindness, helps his ill son

Woman in Crash Repays Trooper's Kindness, Helps His Ill Son
Woman in Crash Repays Trooper's Kindness, Helps His Ill Son

A little boy was riding in the car with his mom when they were rear-ended. Thankfully, everyone involved in the accident was okay, but the boy was frightened.

Cpl. Al Ashby with the Idaho State Police sent a care package to that 5-year-old boy not long after.
"They gave me awesome stuff that I love!" 5-year-old Phaelan Stader told KHQ-TV.​

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"I was really scared; I was crying. I was crying super bad. ... I would really call him my best friend and a hero," Phaelan told KXLY.

Awesome stuff that includes a handwritten letter, a coloring book, a police motorcycle toy and a police badge. Now, Phaelan is even considering a career as a police officer.

Ashby has a son of his own, who is very ill.

His son suffers from pediatric congestive heart failure.

Now, Phaelan's mother is trying to get support for the trooper who showed her son so much kindness.

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