Al Roker relied on the kindness of strangers when he recently found himself in need of a little automotive assistance.
The “Today” weather guy revealed on Twitter that he and wife Deborah Roberts — senior national affairs correspondent with ABC News — went out to dinner but faced a problem when they returned to their car: Roker left the lights on, causing the battery to die.
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Luckily, the couple were approached by another couple, who got Roker and Roberts back on the road by giving their battery a boost.
“Jump started our weekend!” quipped Roker in the caption.
Roberts shared the same photo on her Instagram, adding her own caption.
“Friday finish. The kindness of strangers,” she wrote.
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“After a nice dinner…a bummer. The car battery was dead. What to do? I took a chance and approached a stranger for jumper cables. And Phil and his sweet family came to the rescue! No 5 mile walk for us tonight! Yay Phil. Thanks for the #kindness @alroker,” she added.