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‘He’s a good fella I think’ — Blake Shelton comes to the rescue during Oklahoma flooding

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ARDMORE, Okla. -- Tropical storm Bill left many Oklahomans stranded, but one man is home safe tonight, thanks to a country music star.

It was on country roads near Ardmore, about 100 miles south of Oklahoma City, that Blake Shelton met Roho Hartman.

Hartman said he was headed home when he reached a river that was once a road.

"There was a car on the other side.., he went through it," Hartman said. "I thought huh...I believe I'd make it too."

Sadly, he didn't make it. Soon he and another passerby were pushing his stalled truck up a hill, waist deep in water. Then a Dodge pulled up with a handy tow rope and a familiar face.

"The guy said 'Are you ready?'" Hartman said. "I thought...that looks like Blake Shelton."

Soon the truck was safe up the hill, but Hartman was still far from home.

"I said 'Hey, could you give me a ride home?'" Hartman said. "He said 'Where do you live?' I said, 'Just right over yonder.'"

With that, the unlikely duo was off. That's when Hartman answered a call from his wife.

"I said 'You wouldn't believe it, Blake Shelton pulled me out,'" he said. "Told her 'You better slick up, we'll be there in just a minute.'"

After 15 minutes of shooting the breeze, they pulled up to the Hartman residence. The family snapped a few photos and Blake was on his way.

Hartman now hopes someday, he can return the favor.

"It was great. He's a good fella I think. I like him."

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