Fed-Ex delivery man folds fallen American flag

Although driver Mike King wasn't delivering any packages to Gail Cook's house, he stopped on Wednesday when he saw her flagpole was laying across her lawn.

Sometimes, it's the smallest good deeds that make the biggest difference.

A FedEx driver is being applauded for taking time to properly fold an American flag after the wind knocked over a flagpole outside a Glen Burnie home.

When she reviewed video footage from her home security camera to find out how they got there, she saw King stop to pick up the flags and fold them.

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He initially tries to raise it himself, but when he realizes that won't work, he takes the flag onto the porch and folds it properly. Thanks! I hope he gets the recognition he deserves, I can't thank him enough!'

Cook wrote on Facebook in a post that has since been liked over 200 times.

The driver also folded up the family's Baltimore Ravens flags.

A U.S. Marine veteran who was driving for FedEx ended up going beyond the call of duty after noticing an American flag lying on the ground.

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"It's the Marine way, would have done better justice for Lady glory if the wind wasn't gusting at 50", King replied in the comments. "You and Eric (her husband) are welcome I couldn't just drive by and do nothing".

FedEx praised King in a statement.

Video shows King getting out of the truck, walking toward the fallen flag pole and pulling off the American flag, along with another flag.

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