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Daily Journal
     November 22, 2019      #54-326 KDJ
 
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Bradley police officer Roger Tambling bought and installed a new car battery for Olivet Nazarene University student Hannah Kuhn after her vehicle died Tuesday afternoon at Noodles & Company in Bradley. Kuhn’s Facebook post about Tambling’s deed went viral.

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'It's just what police do': Bradley officer helps

 

By John Dykstra
jdykstra@daily-journal.com


BRADLEY — Hannah Kuhn put her father’s car in reverse after realizing she double-parked Tuesday afternoon at Noodles & Company.

The 21-year-old Olivet Nazarene University student was borrowing the car after her own vehicle got sent to a mechanic last week near her hometown in Demotte, Ind.

“I was freaking out so bad,” Kuhn said. “I don’t know anything about cars. I tried calling my mom. She didn’t answer. I tried calling my dad. He didn’t answer. I did the next best thing. I called the police because I ...

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