One @PlanoFireRescue firefighter finished up a resident’s yard work after responding to help the 90 year-old who had collapsed while out in his backyard.

A firefighter in Plano, Texas, went above and beyond when responding to a call of a 90-year-old man who had collapsed from the heat while he was outside doing yard work.

While his fellow firefighters escorted the man to the hospital, Rance Pringle stayed behind and finished up the man’s yard work -- in the 100-degree heat.

The fire department posted a picture of on their Twitter page, saying: "This is just one example of the fine men and women who serve our great city every day."

Pringel said his motivation was simple: He wanted to do something nice for someone and hopefully inspire others to do the same.

"Just help someone," Pringle said. "If you see someone in need or if they need help if they're having a bad day, just try to be a bright spot on someone’s day. It doesn’t take much effort. It's pretty easy. I think just the effort alone ... makes all the difference in the world." 

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