Firefighters are some of the most respectable people I can think of. If it wasn't for my long, beautiful, flowing hair... I'd be one.

A group of firefighters in Raytown, MO were out and about in their town and spotted a man stranded in some muddy grass. By the time they got him free, his battery had died and needed help getting home.

So the guys did what needed to be done, and pushed him seven blocks to his home and recharged the battery.

They posted a video on the Raytown Fire Protection District Facebook page saying, "What happens when a Fire Truck comes upon a citizen who’s electric wheelchair has stopped working. You get out and help them home."

Real Americans helping a real American.

This is the way we should all treat each other.