ARDMORE, Okla. - Roho Hartman’s truck was surrounded by water and mud along a country road in Oklahoma as Tropical Storm Bill passed through the area Wednesday.
The vehicle stalled, so Hartman and another passerby were trying to push it up a hill. That’s when a man with a familiar face pulled up beside them offering a tow rope and some help.
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"The guy said 'are you ready' and that looks like Blake Shelton, that's exactly what I thought," Hartman told KFOR.
It really was the country star who is also known as a judge on The Voice. Shelton helped Hartman get his truck to safety, and gave him a ride home.
Hartman’s wife called during the ride.
"I said you better slick up, we'll be there in just a minute."
Once the pair arrived, the family snapped a few photos before Shelton was on his way.
“He's a good fella I think. I like him," Hartman said.