According to the Brazos County's Sheriff's Office.
"The Sheriff’s Office held a special ceremony to recognize a citizen that assisted one of our Deputies on a call. On January 11, 2018, a storm moved through the area that brought cold temperatures and strong winds. During the storm, Deputy Jerry Basey was dispatched to a traffic hazard on a county road. When Deputy Basey arrived, he found a large tree that had fallen and was blocking the roadway. The tree was very large and Deputy Basey wasn’t able to push the tree out of the roadway. Our Deputies don’t carry equipment that would allow them to remove a tree of this size while on patrol. Common practice is for the Deputy to stay on scene and direct traffic until necessary personnel and equipment can arrive. While Deputy Basey was directing traffic, Travis Piper volunteered to retrieve a chainsaw and removed the tree for us. With Mr. Piper’s assistance, Deputy Basey was able to quickly return to his normal duties and traffic could resume. Thank you Mr. Piper for your assistance that night. "
VERY Cool of Travis Piper to help out!