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Al Roker rescued by stranger who ‘started our weekend with a jump’ after car battery died

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Al Roker recently turned to the kindness of a stranger when he needed a little car assistance.

The “Today” weatherman revealed on Twitter that he and his wife Deborah Roberts, a senior state correspondent for ABC News, went out to dinner but ran into trouble when they got back to their car. Roker ran out of battery because he left the lights on.

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Luckily, the couple was contacted by another couple who boosted their batteries and got Roker and Roberts back on the road.

“Let’s start our weekend with a jump!” quipped Roker in the caption.

Roberts shared the same photo on Instagram, adding a caption of her own.

“Friday ends. The kindness of strangers,” she wrote.

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“After a nice dinner… disappointing. My car battery was dead. Here we come! No need to walk 5 miles tonight! Hey Phil. Thanks #kindness @alroker,” she added.



Al Roker rescued by stranger who ‘started our weekend with a jump’ after car battery died

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