ARANSAS PASS, Texas -- As many people in Texas were taking cover with strong winds and heavy rain pouring in from Hurricane Harvey, one Texas Police Officer was making a rescue.

The Aransas Pass Police Department posted a photo of Officer Jack McCarty saving Old Glory from the storm. The photo has over 3,000 likes and more than 2,700 shares from the department's Facebook Page.

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The police department has been updating its citizens throughout the hurricane. The department says all emergency responders are safe.