Jun 30, 2015 8:00 PM
HANSON, MA – Darlene MacCallister was having a bad day when she was pulled over by a Hanson police officer. Her son, a soldier stationed in Colorado, had called and said he would not be coming home that day as planned.
But Alex MacCallister had something else planned.
The 18-year-old soldier called Hanson police a week before he came home to schedule a traffic stop surprise for his mom.
“They had me get out of the vehicle which is what really got me nervous,” Darlene said.
When she got out of her car it was not a ticket waiting for her, but a hug from her son.
“It’s an amazing feeling seeing my mom after so long,” Alex said.
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