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Colts Offensive Lineman Helps Stranded Driver

Mark Glowinski saw a man stranded on W. 56th street and helped push his car to a gas station after it ran out of gas. 

INDIANAPOLIS--An Indianapolis Colts offensive lineman got a workout he wasn't expecting Thursday. 

And that workout came after practice. 

Mark Glowinski saw a man stranded on W. 56th street and helped push his car to a gas station after it ran out of gas. 

"Always doing work in the community," said the driver of the car. The Colts posted the video of Glowinski pushing the car.   

Once the car got some momentum, he ran behind for awhile while it coasted toward the gas station at the end of the block. 

Earlier this year, Colts linebacker Darius Leonard helped a woman change a flat tire on the side of the road. 

(PHOTO: Indianapolis Colts) 
 

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