Dancing Florida deputy calms woman's nerves during Hurricane Irma

Posted at 5:42 AM, Sep 13, 2017

Hurricane Irma winds and flooding rains were a very scary experience for many residents of Florida. 

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But a deputy with the Osceola County Sheriff's Office helped one of those residents calm her nerves with a dance.

As they wrote in their post:

At one of the shelters we had Deputy Froelich who noticed a very nice lady who needed a bit of comfort during the storm. She looked worried about the storm and kind of sad so he asked her what would cheer her up and she said a dance. So in a very off key voice, he sang and danced with her for a quick bit.

Thank you Deputy Froelich for helping calm her nerves down in a time of need and comfort! This is definitely a dance she won't forget! #commUNITYstrong #love #comfort