WATCH: Nurse describes how good Samaritans rescued her on snowy drive to work

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Two good Samaritans helped a driver stuck in snow on the ramp from I-30 to I-630 in downtown Little Rock Monday morning.

The act of kindness was broadcast live during Arkansas Storm Team winter weather coverage using traffic cameras from the Arkansas Department of Transportation.

It took about 30 minutes to get the stuck vehicle out of the snow.

The good Samaritans appeared to have used floor mats to help the stuck SUV regain traction.

After multiple attempts, the stuck vehicle was able to drive away and the good Samaritans were then able to regain traction themselves.

You can watch the entire process unfold in the video player above or an abbreviated version in available below.

Stay with the Arkansas Storm Team for the latest on this winter storm. Download the Arkansas Storm Team app to track the storm wherever you are in the Natural State.

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