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A Florida realtor and military veteran was in a hurry to get to an appointment, but something on the side of the road made him forget about his rush.

Naples, Florida, August 25, 2015, It started out as a normal day for Sabin Johnson, a Florida Realtor with Dolce Dwellings, but all that was about to change. At first, the site of an officer changing a tire in the Florida heat wasn’t enough to make Sabin stop, but he told “Newsy”, about a half mile later, his conscious “got the best” of him, and he made a U-turn and offered Deputy First Class Eric Marker his help.

During a press conference, Johnson said, “As I kept going by, I was just thinking about how he was back there cranking on that thing all by himself and you know if he had a hand with it, he’d probably, you know, get it done a lot quicker, get him out of harm’s way and get these ladies back on the road.” Johnson was able to give the officer a break and take his turn helping change out the tire. Both men sweated it out helping the two elderly women change the tire after a car crash. It was 85 degrees that day in Fort Myers.

“I told him when I saw him, I was like, “You know, you’re doing a good thing. You don’t have to be doing this. You could be in your patrol car, sitting in the AC unit waiting for a tow truck, completely out of harm’s way. “This is Officer Marker in Fort Myers, Florida, assisting an elderly gal with her car. That’s a good cop right there,” Johnson could be heard in the video he posted to YouTube. He went out of his way to go above and beyond his duty,” Johnson said. And thankfully, Johnson’s potential clients weren’t upset he was late. “When I got there, they were like, “You know, that’s really cool that you did that,” Johnson said.

Johnson is no stranger to helping people in need. In 2012, he received an award from the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office for pulling an unconscious man out of his car that was on fire. But despite being called a hero, Johnson remains humble. “I didn’t really have any choice. I just figured I had to get him out of there before the car blew up, and in fact, it did. … I think we all have a duty to do that,” Johnson said.

Sabin is also a children’s author, and for every real estate transaction he donates 5 signed copies of his children’s Christmas book, “The Jolly Shop”, to the “K is for Kids Foundation”. For more information please visit www.JollyShop.org

Naples is on the “Paradise Coast” and is rated amongst the highest millionaires per capita in the United States. It features some of the most expensive real estate in the US with some homes selling in excess of $50 Million, especially in the Port Royal area where Johnson specializes.

If you want to reach Johnson, or are in the market for a home in the Naples, Florida area, check out PortRoyalNaplesFloridaHomes.com

Media Contact:

Dolce Dwellings
Attn: Sabin Johnson
12th Ave South
Naples, Florida 34102

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