OHP, community unite to help stranded family
A pair of local Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers helped turn a shattered vacation into one an Indiana family may never forget.
Thanks to Patrolmen Aaron Hunter and Chris Newcomb, a family of eight from Columbus, Ind., saw firsthand the high standards of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and how the Clinton community could come together to turn their disappointment into a vacation full of great memories.
Jason and Natalja Harrison and their six children – 16 year-old Isabell, Jacqueline, 14; Abigail, 12; Alexandra, 10; Euerly, 6; and Abram, 3 – were on the second day of their family vacation.
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