Courtney Potts – a mom of two – ran into trouble Sunday when she was driving to her parent’s house, according to WKRN.
After noticing that her tire had blown, Potts pulled over to the side of the road in Columbia, the outlet reported.
Moments later, Potts explained that the country star pulled up behind her in his pickup truck and offered a helping hand.
“He was like, ‘Hey, I almost hit you! This is a really bad road, we’ve got to get out of this curve,'” Potts told the outlet.
She recognized his voice and recalled thinking, “Okay this is happening.”
Bryan, who was reportedly on his way to go hunting with his kids, got to work immediately and even used his own car jack to help.
Potts, shocked over the ordeal, posted the video of Bryan on the ground changing her tire on Instagram and TikTok.
In fact, news of Bryan’s kind gesture spread to the town mayor, Chaz Molder, who offered his own message of gratitude.
“We are grateful for your act of kindness in our community,” Molder tweeted.
To show his appreciation, Molder offered to honor Bryan with a key to the city and even asked if he would serve as the Grand Marshall of the town’s Christmas parade.
Since being posted, Potts’ TikTok video has been viewed over four million times.
“There’s people that I haven’t talked to in years that have shared it,” she told the outlet. “For that to go viral, I was just blown away.”